VOTE: Tiger Rag’s Male Athlete of the Year (2016-17)

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Jamal Adams: A 2016 First-Team All-American at safety, Adams was the lynchpin of an LSU defense that gave up just 16 touchdowns all season, best in the nation. The No. 6 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft by the New York Jets, Adams recorded 76 tackles and 7.5 for loss in his junior season.

CLICK HERE to vote for Jamal Adams as Tiger Rag’s 2016-17 Male Athlete of the Year.


Greg Deichmann: A 2017 first-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, D1 and Perfect Game/Rawlings, Deichmann hit .308 with 19 home runs and 73 RBI, second-most in the SEC. He also had a .579 slugging percentage.

CLICK HERE to vote for Greg Deichmann as Tiger Rag’s 2016-17 Male Athlete of the Year.


Sam Burns: The 2017 NCAA Division I Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year, Burns set LSU’s career scoring record with a 70.04 average in 2016-17. Burns, the SEC Golfer of the Year, won four tournaments in 15 starts and was the program’s first-ever Nicklaus Award winner.

CLICK HERE to vote for Sam Burns as Tiger Rag’s 2016-17 Male Athlete of the Year.



Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake: The 2017 LSWA Men’s Track Athlete of the Year, Mitchell-Blake was the runner-up in the NCAA outdoor 200 meters and was part of the SEC champion 4×100 relay team. The native of London was a three-time all-American (100 outdoors; 200, 4×400 indoors) in 2017. After finishing his LSU career, he became the British 200-meter champion.

CLICK HERE to vote for Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake as Tiger Rag’s 2016-17 Male Athlete of the Year.


Derrius Guice: A 2016 First-Team All-American (Scout) and First-Team All-SEC Selection, Guice set two school records in 2017, rushing for 285 yards against Texas A&M and a 96-yard score against Arkansas, both best in school history. He is currently on pace to set the SEC record for yards per carry in a career.

CLICK HERE to vote for Derrius Guice as Tiger Rag’s 2016-17 Male Athlete of the Year.



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Cody Worsham

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