SEC Football: Ranking the Conference's 5 Best Running Backs as NFL Prospects

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SEC Football: Ranking the Conference's 5 Best Running Backs as NFL Prospects
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With six running backs averaging over 100 yards per game, 2011 is looking to be the year of the running back in the SEC.

Very talented runners like Georgia freshman back Isaiah Crowell, LSU's Mike Ford and Spencer Ware (who share carries), Zac Stacy of Vanderbilt and the speedy Ronnie Wingo, Jr. of Arkansas aren't even counted in the six mentioned above.

The conference is literally loaded with dynamic runners.

If you play an SEC team this year, you better be able to stop the run or you could be in trouble.

As all of this unfolds, NFL scouts are licking their chops and excited about the backs in the Southeastern Conference this season.

Which backs are going to be the top NFL prospects?

See the following slideshow for my power ranking of the top five NFL running backs prospects in the SEC...

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