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College Football's Top RBs Entering 2014 Spring Practice
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The 2013 season was a mixed year for the running back position. Andre Williams from Boston College went over 2,000 yards, while six more running backs went over 1,700 yards a year ago. However, as Bleacher Report's NFL draft analyst Matt Miller points out, not one running back is in the top 32 of his latest big board.

While 2014 may not produce as many 1,700-plus yard rushers, the year does seem better suited for those with NFL ambitions. This crop of backs is stout, boasting speed, power, vision and versatility, all of which give defenses problems.

Here is a look, in alphabetical order, at some of the top backs for the upcoming season with respect to talent, expected production and opportunity for success.

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