Why is Tyrann Mathieu a world class athlete? There are a lot of athletes that can do different things in any sport or just one sport, but the person I think is a world class athlete is Tyrann Mathieu who plays safety/corner for the Arizona Cardinals .Tyrann Mathieu makes current sports look easy.

Tyrann Mathieu played football, track, and basketball in high school. He played for St. Augestine high school for 4 years for track and football. He broke the all-time record in track it still stands until leonard fournette broke it. He also played basketball, but he quit in the 11th grade. Tyrann Mathieu was one of the best st. aug has ever had.

After his years at St. Augestine high school, he went on to play college football at Lsu for the tigers with patrick peterson. He ran track also within his freshmen, sophomore, and junior years at Lsu. Tyrann was also a nomine for the heisman trophy in 2010, that fell when the tigers fell to Alabama crimson tide. Tyrann Mathieu led the Lsu tigers to the Bcs championship and won against the Oregon ducks.

In 2012, He was drafted to the Arizona Cardinals. Tyrann Mathieu was drafted in the 6th round overall pick, were he became an all-pro safety/corner. He had an outstanding rookie season were he was up for defensive rookie of the year, but until it came to an end by an acl injury. Later, now in 2016 he was named captain of the defensive backs cause of his work ethic and commitment.

Tyrann Mathieu is an inspirational world-class athlete to every one. He worked hard for everything to get to the point where is as being one of the b est safetes in the game along with, Earl Thomas ,Kam chancellor, and Eric Berry. Football, track, and basketball should be eveything to you or anyone no matter what you do dedicate your life to and Never Give Up.

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