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    In his last game for Arkansas he was huge, he was never going to Unseat the guys in front of him but he just kept working his tail off and today it was good to see him shine in a huge upset. He's a 6-2 240 fb who could probably see some minutes at the tailback or slot positions. Without a doubt saw his stock climb today. Happy for the kid.

  • #2
    With his performance today he definitely saw his stock climb.

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    • #3
      Showed everyone how good his hands are.



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      • #4
        he's a great all around player. Could play H-Back, FB and fill in at tailback as well. Never hurts to have a guy like that on your team.

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        • #5
          He reminds me of a much bigger Larry Centers, love the guy, good blocker, great hands, great inside runner, all you could ask for out of a FB

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          • #6
            3rd/4th rounder IMO.

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            • #7
              What kind of 40 time does he run?

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              • #8
                He has the best hands for Arkansas and he's a good all-around FB. He should be drafted higher than strict blocking backs like Mike Cox & LeRon McClain.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                  What kind of 40 time does he run?
                  Some where in the mid to high 4.7's which is all you would need out of him

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                  • #10
                    Similar to Lawrence Vickers a couple years back, maybe a little better athlete though. However, might not be quite as good of blocker.

                    I could see him going as high as the 4th.

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                    • #11
                      i tried to tell yoiu guys a month ago he had the best hands on the team.

                      He CAN, honestly, play running back. His first 2 years he was basically splitting time with Dearius Howard and then with McFadden and Jones when they were freshmen. he actually started fir the first 4 games when Jones and mcfadden were freshmen. that offesason he came damn close to switching got middle linebacker.

                      he's not SLOW but he's not going to kill you with his speed. he's fast ENOUGH. the biggest gripe with him as at sometimes he tries to get too cute and doesn't hit the hole.


                      but has th best hands on the team, since the day he walked on campus. he has been arkansas's punt returner for 3 years until this year.

                      any other team hed' be playing running back, but right now he's probalby the 4th best running back on the team.

                      NFL wise, he compares to I would say....humm... I don't think there is a Full back in the NFL with his hands. if there is you can count them on one hand. Maybe a cross between alstott and centers.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by songofthesword View Post
                        i tried to tell yoiu guys a month ago he had the best hands on the team.

                        He CAN, honestly, play running back. His first 2 years he was basically splitting time with Dearius Howard and then with McFadden and Jones when they were freshmen. he actually started fir the first 4 games when Jones and mcfadden were freshmen. that offesason he came damn close to switching got middle linebacker.

                        he's not SLOW but he's not going to kill you with his speed. he's fast ENOUGH. the biggest gripe with him as at sometimes he tries to get too cute and doesn't hit the hole.


                        but has th best hands on the team, since the day he walked on campus. he has been arkansas's punt returner for 3 years until this year.

                        any other team hed' be playing running back, but right now he's probalby the 4th best running back on the team.

                        NFL wise, he compares to I would say....humm... I don't think there is a Full back in the NFL with his hands. if there is you can count them on one hand. Maybe a cross between alstott and centers.

                        He's kind of a Heath Evans to me, good runner, catches the ball but not what you would call a great blocker, i agree with the 4th round prediction and maybe 3rd with a good combine.

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                        • #13
                          I think he can rip off a 4.55 to 4.65. He thought he was going to be utilized much more as a runner when Arkansas recruited him. I would say it's something special when your fullback is your leading receiver in every category and was your most capable punt returner for three years.

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                          • #14
                            Arkansas reminds me of LSU from last year. When you start looking at just the individual talent you wonder how these teams ever lost a game. I would love for KC to get a guy like him though to block for Larry Johnson and help a young QB out of the backfield. I'm suprised nobody has compared him to Brian Leonard.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BPhilb View Post
                              Arkansas reminds me of LSU from last year. When you start looking at just the individual talent you wonder how these teams ever lost a game. I would love for KC to get a guy like him though to block for Larry Johnson and help a young QB out of the backfield. I'm suprised nobody has compared him to Brian Leonard.
                              the other RB/FB in the game (jacob hester) is more like a brian leonard

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