As the college football season draws nearer and nearer, our passion for college football goes up even more every day.
So to cope with this "wait," I will break down one of the most important positions in the game, the running backs.
While these guys may be flashy, they produce and carry the team to victory, all while being one of the smallest players on the football field.
So without further adieu, I take you to your top 10 tailbacks.
Evan Almighty dominated the Big 10 and caught basically everyone by surprise while complimenting Daryl Clark at Quarterback, and providing the Nittany Lions with an amazing running tandem in the backfield.
Royster fits the bill of every successful Penn State running back and looks to follow the steps of Tony Hunt and others with solid production for years to come.
Often compared to an Oompa Loompa, our next running back has absolutely dominated his conference in his first year as a starter, and posted at least 120 yards in his first eight games before he faded a little down the stretch.
But all in all, averaging a 6.1 YPC in your first season as a full time starter isn't half bad. Expect more of the same, and if you're looking for gift ideas, it has been rumored Noel likes to shop at the "Big & Tall Store," so a gift certificate would work.
Who? I know I thought the same thing, but when you research this guy, you see how solid he is. Check out his stats.
He posted 1,736 yards with 22 touchdowns last year.
Got your attention now didn't I. This guy was an absolute stud last year, and now with the loss of Quarterback Nate Davis, he should be relied on.
Just putting that out there for any Future NFL-GM's out there reading.
Look! Did you see it! It's Lightning! Spiller has garned this nickname from his world-class quickness.
Spiller surprisingly has never topped the 1,000 yard mark as a Tiger, mostly because of incumbent starter James Davis being perched atop the depth chart ahead of him.
But no longer, now Spiller has the backfield to himself and I easily expect a huge year for him. And this stud as well will be a top pick next year in April, book it.
This guy represents all that is awesome with the world. A 6'2" 229 pound Running back who can totally hurdle people.
I mean good lord, he seems like the spawn of a more athletic Brandon Jacobs.
Now that Blount has the lead role in the Oregon backfield, I have full confidence that this guy is going to tear it up.
After averaging over seven yards a carry with 1,000 yards and 17 touchdowns, expect Heisman numbers for this stud.
In the rebuilding of the Tech program behind ex-Navy head man Paul Johnson, this little nugget of a player rose above and was an absolute beast.
Dwyer averaged around five yards a carry and was the top home run hitter for the option offense.
But don't worry it gets better, Dwyer comes back next year and should be even more explosive.
Oh how I love sequels.
Can you say overlooked? Hunter posses a rare ability to cut-back in an instant and his game often is said to resemble that of LaDainian Tomlinson.
While I'm not advertising him as the next LDT, I do think he will have another solid year, as the Cowpokes have tons of firepower in Zac Robinson and Dez Bryant to shield Hunter from having the best defender on him.
Expect good things from Mr. Hunter.
Possibly my favorite player in the College Football world. Tiny little Quizz Rodgers, the younger brother of James Rodgers, showed that height means absolutely nothing in a game of football.
Rodgers was the leading reason the Beavers in fact did dominate and slaughter USC on Thursday Night last year and look eager to do it once more.
This team and player are legit, and I easily see another spawn of Maurice Jones-Drew in the making.
This man, er, beast of a man is one that is the model of consistency. Charles Scott shows us everyday what it means to be a running back in the game of football.
Scott began his reign in LSU last season as the starter, and averaged over 130 yards on the game for basically the whole season.
The greatest part of Scott is that he is a bruising back, but he produces and consistently you know what you are going to get from him.
Geaux Charles Geaux!
Drum roll please...Well as you all basically guessed, Jahvid Best is the No.1 ranked back for the season, but it is well deserved.
Best averaged an astouding 8.1 YPC and was a threat to score at any point that he touched the ball.
There is no reason to expect anything different this season, as Cal has gained more and more confidence in it's offensive line and bolstered it's receiving core.
So if you see Jahvid as a finalist for the Heisman, make sure you give him my Best wishes.
Hope you all enjoyed.