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1. Bradie James had a fantastic career at LSU. He recorded 113 tackles in his junior year and was named first-team All-SEC. The following year, James was awarded All-American honors.
He was drafted in 2003 by the Dallas Cowboys and has had a great career so far. In 2008, James became only the second Cowboy to reached the 200-tackle mark in one season.
2. Roy Winston was a former offensive lineman while he was at LSU. When he graduated, he was drafted by the Vikings and was converted to the linebacker position. He played 15 seasons with the Vikings and is one of 10 players to play in all four of the Vikings' Super Bowl appearances.
3. Michael Brooks was a solid linebacker for the Tigers. He was drafted in the third round by the Denver Broncos. He played for the Giants and made the Pro Bowl with the Lions in his final year. Brooks is also known for being inducted into the Louisiana Sport Hall of Fame.