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Jarvis Green: best LSU DLineman of the millenium

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  1. PonyExpress

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    Green: unsung hero of 3 time Sb team.

    other highly touted LSU DLine prospects

    Lavalais: bust
    Spears: bust
    Wroten: bust
    MHill: wonderful young man whose untimely death was a tragedy
    Dorsey:?

    LSU's best DLine prospects have struggled mightily in the NFL. This is a factor to consider for people who see Dorsey as a "can't miss" prospect.

    We are very fortunate to have selected the best LSU Dlineman of the millenium in the 2002 4th rd: Mr. Green.
     
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    I need to get myself a throwback Jarvis Green Jersey.....:rocker:
     
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    I just can't get the Florida/LSU game from this year out of my head. Dorsey was pushed around all game long by a true freshman guard, and UF... which couldn't run up the middle with their RBs against ANYONE, kept gashing the LSU defensive line for huge chunks of yardage. Gary Danielson kept pointing out how UF was running right at Glenn Dorsey, and how Dorsey couldn't hold the point of attack.

    Kestahn Moore - one of UF's most mediocre taibacks in recent years - rushed 12 times for 79 yards. And his longest run was 17 yards, so it wasn't like there was one 60 yard run, and he only got 19 yards on the other 11 carries.
     
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    May Marquise Hill rest in peace but I don't think its wrong to say he was VERY close to a bust as well
     
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    How soon was that after he got clipped low?? It was understood he was playing hurt all year. And I dont think that any 1 guy would have had his lunch....
     
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    My question too, was the Florida game before or after Auburn's chop block hurt his knee? Tough to hold the point of attack on one leg, ask Sey.
     
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    Auburn was 2 weeks after Florida.
     
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    In that case he sucks and I'm scratching my head at the folks who want to project him as a 3-4 DE.
     
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