I know that. Its just something else to worry about. ESPN's Travis Haney has named Fournette #2 on his list of Top 50 Breakout Players of 2014. He has Florida State transfer to Alabama QB Jake Coker at #1 2. Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU Tigers There's a certain risk with assigning a true freshman this high of a spot, but spend a few minutes with LSU's players and coaches and you get the sense that Fournette isn't your average 19-year-old. Then again, with the program's high volume of early departures for the NFL, coach Les Miles expects that of every first-year player who walks in the door at Baton Rouge. He actually encourages early participation. "We don't say, 'You're just a freshman,'" Miles told me a couple of weeks ago. "Our culture is that you should start. We don't care what class you are. Then we say just starting isn't good enough. We want growth through teaching." Miles has said Fournette, RecruitingNation's No. 1 overall prospect in 2014, has a Michael Jordan-like desire to be special. Teammates compare his frame -- 6-1, 230 pounds -- to what Adrian Peterson must have looked like as a freshman at Oklahoma. Miller Safrit/ESPNFournette, a true freshman, is drawing athletic comparisons to Adrian Peterson. That is an insane name to link to a kid who doesn't yet have a college carry. So what's a reasonable reality? Kenny Hilliard and Terrence Magee are seniors who combined for 154 carries a year ago. It's safe to assume that, to start the season, second-year offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will lean on experience while working in Fournette. But with Jeremy Hill (203 carries) gone, the chance for Fournette to be a regular option -- and maybe even the No. 1 back -- certainly exists. Miles isn't tamping down expectations for LSU, or Fournette. "We recruit really good players," he said. "If we can get them on the same page and operating well, I don't ever see why we can't play well in a season that leads to a championship."