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03/07/17 - NFL Combine Cliffhangers: Is the same true for Fournette? Not necessarily. I’ve been as big of a Leonard Fournette fan (he was my No. 3 overall prospect heading into the combine) as anyone but I have to question how seriously he’s taking this process after coming in at 240 pounds. Prospects should be in the best shape of their life at the combine. I remain convinced that Fournette is as gifted as any back since Adrian Peterson, but what made AP great is not just his size, speed and power but his grit. Fournette’s stock is falling … and fast. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
03/04/17 - 2017 NFL Combine, Day 3 Losers: Leonard Fournette: The biggest name in the running back class disappointed in his overall combine showing, as he came to Indy weighing 240 pounds, five more than he weighed in college. Fournette attributed that to “water weight,” which is a pretty big red flag for an excuse. He wasn’t explosive in the vertical jump, and although he ran a 4.5 40 to somewhat quell some of the concerns, there are still issues at play here if someone wants to spend a top-five or top-10 pick on the powerful back out of LSU. - Will Brinson, CBSSports.com
03/01/17 - 2017 NFL Combine, Wednesday takeaways: 10. Thirty-pound difference between the draft’s top two backs...In the eyes of many around the league, LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Florida State’s Dalvin Cook are the top two running backs in the 2017 draft class, and both should hear their name called in the top 20 picks. Anyone who has watched the two ultra-talented backs understand they are different styles of runners, but the weigh-ins only confirmed that as Fournette tipped the scales at 240 pounds while Cook measured at 210 pounds. While slightly different than their listed weights in college, neither was much of a surprise. The “bigger” running back is a dying breed, but Fournette doesn’t belong in that category. He is naturally big-boned, carries his weight extremely well and will still excel during the agility drills. Fournette is simply a specimen. The main negative working against Cook is the medicals and long-term durability, specifically with his shoulders. And while 210 pounds for a running back is enough to get the job done, his lack of ideal body armor is something that could scare teams from drafting Cook as high as his talent warrants. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
03/01/17 - 2017 NFL Combine, Day 1 Loser: Leonard Fournette: The powerful running back out of LSU rolled right into the combine giving no bleeps about his size, having apparently put on five pounds since his playing days in Baton Rouge and weighing a robust 240 pounds. No one’s drafting him to be faster than everyone else, but giving up an early pick for a running back is a risky proposition, and it’s even riskier if the running back is adding pounds. We’ll see how he looks when he rolls in for media sessions and for the drills -- if it’s all muscle and he looks just as fast as before, he would flip right back over to the other side of this piece. - Will Brinson, CBSSports.com
12/19/16 - 2016 ALL-SEC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB Leonard Fournette, LSU,...Fournette played in seven games in his junior season and finished second on the team in yards with 843 and eight touchdowns, leading the LSU running backs averaging 120.4 yards per game. Against Ole Miss, Fournette was the first to break the single-game rushing mark at LSU when he carried the ball 16 times for 284 yards and three touchdowns against the Rebels, as he rushed for over 100 yards four times on the season. - LSU Football
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