LSU’s Harold Perkins could be a problem in SECCG for Georgia Football

Georgia and LSU meet for the fifth time in 20 years in the SEC championship this Saturday in Atlanta. During those 20 years there have been a number of players like Joe Burrow, Tyrann Mathieu, DJ Shockley and others who made history with legendary performances in a game that means so much. No team lacks talent on both sides of the ball. Harold Perkins is one player who could have a big impact on the Tigers on Saturday.

The freshman linebacker from Cypress, Texas has had a super impressive season for the Tigers. While Perkins’ stats might not jump off the page as much as other linebackers in the conference. Hard to miss when watching games, the 6″2, 210-pound linebacker’s athleticism is a headache for offensive coordinators. He has demonstrated his “game-breaking” ability multiple times this season, flying around at a scary closing rate.