The star linebacker says he still has some unfinished business in Baton Rouge.

Devin White had an exceptional season with the LSU Tigers. Need proof, he took home some serious hardware. White received the Butkus Award this year, which goes to the nations best linebacker. That type of hardware, attached to the impressive college football career would lead White to be a sure top-10 pick in next seasons NFL draft.

However, White has not committed to the NFL, at least not yet.

He has his reasoning, too, and not winning a National Championship is at the top of his list. White says, "I see all of the videos of (former LSU quarterback) Matt Flynn kissing the trophy, I always be like why can't that be me, I know it can be me, with a lot of work."

He continued by saying, "I want to make sure that I leave this place better than I found it, such as my legacy, who I stand for, what type of person I want to be remembered. I want everything to be done the right way and I don't know if I reached that limit yet."

Another LSU top-pick has already declared for the draft. Greedy Williams has already departed the team and will not play in the upcoming Fiesta Bowl.

I think I speak for all of us in the Bayou State when I say Geaux Tigers and Geaux Devin White!