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NFL draft: Should LSU's Leonard Fournette just shut it down for the season?

There’s a fascinating debate among fans and in NFL circles about college football players as future pro prospects and whether they should make business decisions about their future. In other words, is it understandable for a player to shut it down to protect his draft stock? LSU fans, for instance, obviously want running back Leonard Fournette to play in a Tigers season that is slipping away.
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