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  • #16
    Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
    May be a bit early but he looks studly.
    I'm not gonna lie, Auburn running back talent = scary. Thats not even counting Enrique Davis who hasn't arrived yet.
    This group will rival Carnell/Ronnie/
    PS: Not sure if anyone knows him, but Auburn's already offered some appearently incredible 2009 RB out of Oklahoma (David Oku). When you're a RB getting offered before you even take a snap as a JR by Auburn (who's already got enough talent at the position to fill half a conference with starters) you gotta be something special.

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    • #17
      Whats incredible is that Auburn may well be the 3rd best group of backs in the SEC.

      Arkansas has two future NFL starters, and LSU has guys coming from every direction.

      Keiland Williams, Charles Scott, Jacob Hester, Alley Broussard and Trindon Holliday all figure to see a lot of snaps for LSU this year, and just about all of them could start for most teams in the NCAA.

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      • #18
        USC has Herscel Denis (now listed at 210) and Allen Bradford who are both very quick, especially Denis. Bradford weighs like 235 and can move very well for his size, he may move back to LB though.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Don Vito View Post
          USC has Herscel Denis (now listed at 210) and Allen Bradford who are both very quick, especially Denis. Bradford weighs like 235 and can move very well for his size, he may move back to LB though.
          If it wasn't for all the injuries Dennis suffered, he would be a 1st rounder last year. As for Bradford, I heard he is listed at 224 and will be interchanged at RB and FB this year.

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          • #20
            Albert Young at times, he can truck you and juke you but has a 4.5 speed.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Jimmy View Post
              is marlon lucky fast?
              I think he's pretty fast. I know he's big enough. He's also a very good receiver. He might meet those requirements. Yeah, he looks like he fits the profile in this video.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mED2vQFOaMA
              Last edited by JMartelli; 04-15-2007, 06:21 AM.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by TigerBait45 View Post
                Whats incredible is that Auburn may well be the 3rd best group of backs in the SEC.

                Arkansas has two future NFL starters, and LSU has guys coming from every direction.

                Keiland Williams, Charles Scott, Jacob Hester, Alley Broussard and Trindon Holliday all figure to see a lot of snaps for LSU this year, and just about all of them could start for most teams in the NCAA.
                Lester, Tate, Fannin and Tristan Davis is better than the group at LSU.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Jimmy View Post
                  please tell me someone who is the guy who chased down stewart, but didnt makee the tackle in that video but fell down next to him...

                  he is the fastest player i have ever seenn

                  http://youtube.com/watch?v=qCZJfJ4ZS0Q
                  That's FS JOSH BARRETT. Surely not the fastest player you've seen, but he is the fastest player on their roster. Very quick indeed. Could be a very interesting prospect at 6'3" 230....

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by metafour View Post
                    I'm not gonna lie, Auburn running back talent = scary. Thats not even counting Enrique Davis who hasn't arrived yet.
                    This group will rival Carnell/Ronnie/
                    PS: Not sure if anyone knows him, but Auburn's already offered some appearently incredible 2009 RB out of Oklahoma (David Oku). When you're a RB getting offered before you even take a snap as a JR by Auburn (who's already got enough talent at the position to fill half a conference with starters) you gotta be something special.
                    Actually, you can't offer any players until September 1st of their junior year in football.

                    You can have those 'verbal' offers, but even those are meant to be hush-hush.

                    Also, about Marlon Lucky. IIRC, he was clocked in the mid 4.5's this past winter if that helps any.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by bwillie26 View Post
                      Actually, you can't offer any players until September 1st of their junior year in football.

                      You can have those 'verbal' offers, but even those are meant to be hush-hush.
                      Oh yeah, its obviously not a written offer (for the reason you stated).

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
                        Lester, Tate, Fannin and Tristan Davis is better than the group at LSU.
                        Naaaah! The group at LSU is better. They all are quality RBs and most are very versatile.


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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by YAYareaRB View Post
                          Naaaah! The group at LSU is better. They all are quality RBs and most are very versatile.
                          When was the last time LSU had better RBs than Auburn?? Talent wise the group currently at Auburn is as good as a few years back when Cadillac Williams, Ronnie Brown, and Brandon Jacobs were all on the roster. LSU always has some "incredible talent" at RB, and 9 times out of 10 these guys end up looking like nothing special.

                          Lester: Can score anytime he touches the ball, the only thing stopping him from being a first/second-round NFL prospect at this point is his thin frame.
                          Tate: Rivals100, Maryland's all Time leading Rusher. Played as a true Freshman last year and lit it up in a few games.
                          Fannin: Complete beast, if you want to talk about versatility he was converted to WR at one point last year.
                          Davis: He'll never make the NFL as a RB but this guy can fly (which is why he's probably the SEC's best kickoff return specialist). If he finds a hole he's not getting caught.

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                          • #28
                            LSU's runningback situation isn't really that great. Williams is a good player, and Broussard has potential but he's always injured or out of shape. Not nearly as good s Aubrun's group.


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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
                              Lester, Tate, Fannin and Tristan Davis is better than the group at LSU.
                              I think thats very subjective, honestly. You could make a case for both sides.

                              From what I can see, Lester is the only one with any real playing experience, so how do we even know the others are as good as advertised? Lester's pretty damn good though, I'll give you that. All the other guys are surpremely talented but who really knows how they'll produce?

                              I expect great things from LSU's group this year, so we'll see how it turns out. Keiland Williams is pretty much a bigger Joe Addai, Charles Scott has drawn comparisons to Jamall Lewis when he was at Tennessee, Alley Broussard was a monster only two years ago, and Trindon Holliday may well be the fastest guy in the SEC.

                              I think "better" won't really mean much when you look at how good both of these groups are.

                              Originally posted by metafour View Post
                              When was the last time LSU had better RBs than Auburn?? Talent wise the group currently at Auburn is as good as a few years back when Cadillac Williams, Ronnie Brown, and Brandon Jacobs were all on the roster. LSU always has some "incredible talent" at RB, and 9 times out of 10 these guys end up looking like nothing special.
                              LaBrandon Toefield, Domanick Davis, Addai and Shyrone Carey, maybe? I'm not sure if all those guys were on the Auburn roster then, but Toefield and Davis were monsters at LSU. Thats about the only time in recent memory I can think of.
                              Last edited by TigerBait45; 04-15-2007, 03:42 PM.

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                              • #30
                                Antone Smith is only 5'9, 190 lbs, but he plays like he's 210 lbs. He's got 4.3 speed, and freakish strength(430 lb bench max).
                                Last edited by BigJohn98; 04-15-2007, 04:31 PM.

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