Leslie O'Neal is a member of the 2020 CFB Hall of Fame class

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Jostate

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He played a position that gets less pub, but he's one of the best players ever to play at OSU. I'd put him in the top 3.
 
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He is one of the best that ever played for O-State! A real game changer. The San Diego chargers put the franchise tag on him after his rookie season.
And a nice soft-spoken and humble guy.
 

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I worked at Stillwater Bay back in those days. O'Neal would come in and order the blackened redfish and dare us to make it too hot. It was always fun to get out the Tabasco and cayenne pepper to try to take him up on the challenge.
 
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That is great news, congratulations to Leslie! He came in as an undersized freshman, but by time he graduated he was a 6'4" 270 lb. force on the defensive line.
 

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That is great news, congratulations to Leslie! He came in as an undersized freshman, but by time he graduated he was a 6'4" 270 lb. force on the defensive line.
And came in at 225 as a freshman. Didn't he hit 300 with the Chargers?