Leonard Fournette just became the highest LSU player drafted in decades when he went #4 overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Now the NFL needs to start getting ready for another LSU running back to make waves for next year.

According to Head Coach Ed Orgeron, LSU's new (well, he played most of last year when Fournette was hurt) feature back is ready to jump to the NFL after this season. Here's who he's looking at, according to the Louisiana Radio Network:

"Head Coach Ed Orgeron expects 2017 will be the last season for running back Derrius Guice at LSU. Orgeron also anticipates that Tiger pass rusher Arden Key is expected to return to LSU for summer school in June. Key took a leave of absence from the football program in February because of personal reasons."