LSU running back Leonard Fournette is one of the most insured college football players in history.

According to a report from Dennis Dodd of CBSsports.com, Fournette is insured with two policies, valued at $20 million ($10 million each).

While the number is large, it's also smart for Fournette to protect himself.

One bad injury next football season could plummet the junior's NFL stock. He's currently projected to be a top 5 NFL pick and is viewed as a generational talent.

Dodd reports Fournette's parents purchased the two policies. One protects him from a career-ending injury with $10 million. The other is a $10 million policy if an injury led him to falling in the NFL draft.

Fournette is coming off a sophomore season in which he ran for a school-record 1,953 yards on 300 carries and a school-record 22 rushing touchdowns. His 162.8 yard per game average led the NCAA.