When it comes to the top return men in LSU football history, how can you possibly decide between Tyrann Mathieu and Skyler Green?
Mathieu was a Heisman Trophy candidate last season and it wasn't because of his ability as a shutdown corner, but rather his ability to change any game in an instant as a return specialist.
On the other end, you have Skyler Green who ranks No. 1 in LSU school history with four punt returns for touchdowns and No. 2 in school history in punt return yards with 1,064. During his sophomore season, he led the nation in punt returns with an 18.5 average.
During Green's four-year career at LSU, he totaled nine receiving touchdowns, four punt return touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. His 3,243 all-purpose yards ranks No. 11 all-time in school history.
As far as kickers, it doesn't get much better than Josh Jasper was for the Tigers just a few seasons ago. He is the most accurate placekicker in LSU Tigers team history, having completed 47 of 56 field goal attempts (84 percent) as a Tiger. That's the best mark in the program's history and the second best percentage in SEC history.
When it comes to punters, the Tigers certainly have a special player right now in Brad Wing, but he has some time before he can reach the status of former punter Chad Kessler.
Kessler was a four-year player at LSU and an All-SEC member in both 1995 and 1997. His senior season he was honored as an All-American and recognized as the top punter in college football that year.
Others receiving votes: Brad Wing, Domanick Davis and David Browndyke