Who Are the LSU Tigers’ 5 Most Intimidating Players?
We all like to play a little football in the back yard on weekends, maybe throw a few passes to the kids for fun. But don’t you think trying to get past a big guy standing 6’5” and weighing over 300 pounds would be just a little bit scary?
We think these 5 LSU Tigers are Intimidating enough to make most of us to get off the field, see what you think.
Anthony Johnson #56
Anthony Johnson is big and strong, and he loves to swallow opposing running backs and quarterbacks.
He is 6’3″, 310 pounds, and was named a freshman All-American by CBS Sports last season.
Look for Johnson to make a big name for himself on the football field this year.
Chris Faulk #76
Do you think you could get past a 6’6″, 325-pound offensive tackle?
Chris Faulk is huge and one of the largest offensive tackles in college football. His strength, quickness and power makes him one of the best in the country.
Faulk is pretty intimidating because of his size and strength. He paves the way for LSU’s dominant rushing, which accounted for more then 2,300 yards in last season.
If there’s one guy who you don’t want to line up across from on LSU’s roster, it is this kid, Chris Faulk.
Barkevious Mingo #49
The last thing any quarter back wants is a man that’s 6’5″ and weighing 240 pounds running right at them at full speed.
Barkevious Mingo is famous for scaring the hell out of opposing SEC quarterbacks when he does that.
His instant speed makes him special and one of LSU’s most feared football players.
Last season, Mingo finished second on the squad and seventh in the SEC with eight total sacks and ranked third in the SEC in tackles.
You don’t want to mess with him unless you just have to.
Sam Montgomery #99
If you are thinking that Barkevious Mingo is scary, check out his defensive end mate Sam Montgomery. Odds are he will be the top end in the country this year.
Montgomery isn’t a little fellow, he stands 6’4″ and weighs 245 pounds. He’s an intimidating presence out on the football field.
Montgomery was was named a first-team All-American last season. He had nine sacks, ranking first on the team and sixth in the SEC, fourth-highest total at LSU for a single season.
Sam Montgomery one intimidating dude.
La’el Collins #70
That’s LSU offensive tackle La’el Collins on the right in this photo.
So far he has yet to start a game for the Tigers.
Two years ago he joined the LSU Tigers as one of the highest-recruited offensive linemen ever.
Collins is 6’5″, 320 pounds and you can look for him to start at left guard in 2012 and is known as an exceptional run blocker.