Category Archives: Running Back

Cyrus Gray

RB CYRUS GRAY – TEXAS A&M – 5-10, 206 Gray has a very cut up, compact build and his greatest attributes are his burst and his ability to make the first defender miss when he gets the ball in his … Continue reading

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Vick Ballard

RB VICK BALLARD – MISSISSIPPI STATE – 5-10, 219 Ballard is a kid that was asked to play in many formations with the Bulldogs under Dan Mullen and frankly, he was night and day for me depending on which one … Continue reading

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Robert Turbin

RB ROBERT TURBIN – UTAH STATE – 5-10, 222 Junior.  Had a great season (1,517 yards, 19 TDs) and probably made a wise decision to come out.  Turbin has a huge upper body.  He’s 5’10, 222 and I think his … Continue reading

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Chris Rainey

RB CHRIS RAINEY – FLORIDA – 5-8, 180 Rainey is extremely versatile, so NFL teams are going to be giving him a look at RB, WR and as a return specialist. When you talk about quickness, agility and balance on … Continue reading

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Isaiah Pead

RB ISAIAH PEAD – CINCINNATI – 5-10, 197 Has taken his handoffs almost exclusively out of the shotgun at Cincinnati under two coaching regimes and is accustomed to a zone-blocking scheme. Always has been a player that has been undersized, … Continue reading

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Bernard Pierce

WR BERNARD PIERCE – TEMPLE – 6-0, 218 Junior.  Incredibly productive RB.  Ran for 3,570 yards and 53 TDs in 3 years.  Only caught 19 passes. Temple had a highly inconsistent passing game so there is no good way to … Continue reading

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LaMichael James

RB LaMICHAEL JAMES -OREGON – 5-8, 194 Junior. Elite offensive weapon in Oregon’s spread attack. Ran for 5,082 yards and 53 TDs in just 37 games. Amazing production. Doesn’t project to being a starting RB in the NFL because he … Continue reading

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Chris Polk

RB CHRIS POLK – WASHINGTON – 5-11, 215 Tough, productive RB. Broke as many tackles as any college RB I can remember. Isn’t huge, but is incredibly tough and runs hard. Relentless effort. Polk is one of my favorite runners in … Continue reading

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Doug Martin

RB DOUG MARTIN – BOISE STATE – 5-9, 219 Very interesting career. Almost ended up on defense, but the coaches were smart enough to leave him on offense and he did some great things. Ran for 3,431 yards and 43 … Continue reading

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David Wilson

RB DAVID WILSON – VIRGINIA TECH – 5-10, 206 Junior. Gifted runner. Has a good combination of size and speed. Spent the first couple of seasons splitting carries with Darren Evans and Ryan Williams. Wilson finally got to be “the … Continue reading

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