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|GP ||Att ||Yds ||Avg ||TDs
|10 ||92 ||551 ||6.0 ||3
This player doesn't have the stats of Brandon Bolden or Washaun Ealey and is comparable to Warren Norman of Vanderbilt in terms of production.
However, he has all the talent in the world and could be one of the best backs in football. This is the year I feel he makes a move into the elite category.
Part of his problem was Florida's inability to have a stable offense in 2010. The multi-talented runner didn't get his hands on the ball nearly enough some games, he only got 2 to 4 carries.
With a pro-style offense, he will produce a 1,000 yard season, and will at LEAST triple his touchdown total.
With a forty time of 4.19 seconds (according to Frank Conney's NFL Draft Scout), he is the fastest back in the SEC.