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I think it would go not in a particular order
Who else ?
How do you figure. Ingram looks to me like an nfl running back is supposed to look exactly.
Bottom line is, hes playing because hes better than richardson. Hes mmore productive per carry than richardson, made more big plays than richardson, is harder to tackle than richardson, has better short area quickness than richardson, and runs harder than richardson.
Bigger, stronger, faster with a violent running style. He was a freshman last year and got less playing time than Ingram. Just because Mark has been the better college player through a year doesn't mean he's as good of an NFL prospect as Trent Richardson who may be one of the most gifted RBs in college football. Obviously Richardson is expected to achieve a great deal of success by the end of his Tide career and he could be pushing Ingram out of school after this season. Right now, of course Mark is the more accomplished. Don't bother with a rebuttal, I won't reply... I'm not going to be lured into a stupid argument, I'm simply explaining the scenario.
You said Mark Ingram runs harder than Trent Richardson, which is the sign that in this case (like many others) you'll be creating an argument by talking out of your ass. Like few before me, I'll let you go on tying facts with ******** and creating your "opinion" but for the rest of the thread I'd agree that it appears as if Trent Richardson is the better NFL prospect down the road.
I think if Andrew Luck plays well for the next two seasons (which means he wouldn't declare after this year), then he is undoubtedly would be the #1 prospect. Until then, I'm saying Patrick Peterson is #1 for the next three classes.
Matt Barkley led one of the most talented teams in the country to a mediocre season while producing iffy numbers.
I'd say Robert Quinn, Jake Locker, A.J. Green, Luke Kuechly, Alshon Jeffery, Trent Richardson.
As a freshman, and on a team not nearly as strong as USC as fielded in the past.
Originally posted by 49erNation85
I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.