EA College Football 25 Releases its top 100 players with four LSU Tigers on the list

ReliaQuest Bowl - Wisconsin v LSU
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The release of EA College Football 25 is right around the corner as the game will be available to some users as early as Monday. The EA Sports team has slowly released information like stadium ratings, sights, and sounds, and this week brings player ratings. Today, EA College Football released it's top 100 players with a few notable LSU Tigers on the list.

Will Campbell is in a three way tie as the Nation's highest rated player at a 96 Overall tied with Oklahoma State Running Back Ollie Gordon II and Michigan Cornerback Will Johnson. Playing with the LSU offense will be extremely fun especially with Will Campbell shutting down the opponents top edge rusher.

Harold Perkins enters the game as the 31st ranked player overall at a 92 Overall Rating. Perkins will fly around the field in the game with a speed rating of 92 Overall with 97 overall acceleration. As a linebacker with these ratings, Perkins will be one of the best defensive players to use as he'll be able to succeed as a pass rusher and he'll be able to cover nearly every player in pass coverage.

The most underrated player by far is LSU Football's right tackle Emery Jones Jr who was rated just a 90 Overall. We're not sure whether the Ratings team wanted to prioritize other positions but, ranking the second highest rated right tackle in the game as the 92nd best player overall is wrong.

The final player to crack the list for the LSU Football team was tight end Mason Taylor who was ranked as the 98th best player in the game. Taylor was given a 90 Overall but, his speed was extremely low at just an 80 rating while he does have 88 acceleration.

The Biggest LSU snubs in the top 100

There is certainly an argument that could be made that based on potential and limited results Garrett Nussmeier could have earned a spot in the top 100. After recording 1,067 yards receiving last season at Liberty, CJ Daniels certainly should have made the cut especially as he outperformed receivers like Tre Harris, Evan Stewart, and Emeka Egbuka all of whom were rated ahead of him. There's also a case that Kyren Lacy should've made the cut as several other receivers made the cut with similar stats based on production.

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