According to a recent ESPN feature story, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is the one player on the Tigers squad who could run take over the school's storied program.

The sports network takes a look at the nation's top 25 football programs an picks one player from each team who, because of their leadership qualities and family pedigree, may one day take the helm of those teams.

Star players Will Swinney from Clemson and  Alabama's Mac Jones made the list. But it was Barrow, the LSU signam caller, who got the most attention from locals. From espn.com:

"It didn't take long for Burrow to come in and have an impact both with his play and with his leadership, and perhaps it's because there's coaching in his blood. His father, Jimmy Burrow, was a longtime defensive coordinator at Ohio University before retiring in February. Joe Burrow impressed Ed Orgeron and the Tigers immediately upon his arrival last year, letting his work do the talking in offseason conditioning drills and the quarterback competition. Players noticed. LSU coaches have cited his maturity and film study habits, both key traits of good coaches."

The Tigers open their 2019 campaign on August 31, at home against Georgia Southern. For a look at the complete LSU schedule for the upcoming year, JUST CLICK HERE!