Pro Football Focus released its best individual performances in the SEC for the 2016 season and it includes LSU running back Derrius Guice, defensive back Tre'Davious White and safety Jamal Adams.
The defensive side of the ball dominated the top 10 with seven selections.
Guice got the highest offensive ranking at No. 3 against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
PFF's take on Guice's game against Arkansas:
Guice had two performances which at least merited consideration, and his Week 11 performance against Arkansas was the best by an offensive player in the SEC this season. Carrying the ball 21 times, Guice averaged 5.7 yards after contact per carry to go along with his 12.0 yards per carry average, and forced a missed tackle once every three rushing attempts.
Tre'Davious White turned in the No. 6 performance against the Florida Gators.
PFF's take on White's game against Florida:
White was targeted six times in coverage, allowing just one catch for 15 yards, but it was the fact that four of those incompletions came by the way of pass breakups that really stood out.
Jamal Adams earned the No. 10 spot with his performance against the Ole Miss Rebels.
PFF's take on Adams' game against Ole Miss:
In the game, two of his four tackles resulted in a defensive stop, with Adams providing run support as well as coming up against receivers on short receptions; more importantly, he was absolutely key in shutting down Ole Miss’ talented tight end, Evan Engram, and came away with a pass breakup in coverage.
Alabama tied LSU with the most players named in the top 10 with three selections each.
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