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Louisiana Stars of Tomorrow

It's a bit of a misnomer to label St. Augustine RB Leonard Fournette as a "Star of Tomorrow," because he's been a legitimate college prospect since the very beginning of his freshman year. However, as a sophomore, Fournette's best days are still in front of him (scary thought for opponents). Read further to learn more about Fournette and other big-name '14 prospects from Louisiana.

Leonard Fournette (St. Augustine) - In a recent interview with Fox Sports/, Fournette reported that he holds as many as 105 offers. The powerful running back reeled in his first offer early during his frosh season from LSU. Fournette says he is currently 6-foot-2 and 227 pounds, and he can move: at Brother Martin's Crusader Relays in late March, Fournette ran a leg on St. Aug's second... Recommended Stories

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