Slimm's 2019 Runningbacks (underclassman)

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  1. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    1. Rodney Anderson / Oklahoma / 6'1", 220


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    2. Trayveon Williams / Texas A&M / 5'9", 200

    3. Darrell Henderson / Memphis / 5'9", 200

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    4. David Montgomery / Iowa St. / 5'11", 219

    5. Elijah Holyfield / Georgia / 5'11", 215 (Son of former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield)

    6. Devin Singletary / FAU / 5'9", 200

    7. Joshua Kelley / UCLA / 5'11", 204

    8. Reggie Corbin / Illinois / 5'10", 200

    9. Zack Moss / Utah / 5'10", 215

    10. Miles Sanders / Penn St. / 5'11", 215

    11. Alex Barnes / Kansas St. / 6'1", 227

    12. Mike Weber / Ohio St. / 5'10", 214

    13. Artavis Pierce / Oregon St. / 5'11", 207

    14. Scottie Phillips / Ole Miss / 5'11", 211

    15. Josh Jacobs / Alabama / 5'10", 216

    16. Lamical Perine / Florida / 5'11", 227

    17. Travis Homer / Miami / 5'11", 195

    18. Benny Snell / Kentucky / 5'11", 223

    19. Ke'Shawn Vaughn / Vanderbilt / 5'10", 215

    20. Darwin Thompson / Utah St. / 5'8", 200

    21. Darius Anderson / TCU / 5'11", 212

    22. Sewo Olonilua / TCU / 6'3", 231

    23. Tavien Feaster / Clemson / 5'11", 220

    24. James Williams / Washington St. / 6'0", 205

    25. Damarea Crockett / Missouri / 5'11", 225

    26. Justice Hill / Oklahoma St. / 5'10", 190

    27. Rico Dowdle / S. Carolina / 5'11", 220

    28. Patrick Taylor / Memphis / 6'3", 223

    29. Alex Mattison / Boise St. / 5'11", 214

    30. Raymond Calais / UL-Lafayette / 5'9", 180

    31. Chris Evans / Michigan / 5'11", 216

    32. Kennedy McKoy / W. Virginia / 6'0", 201

    33. JaMycal Hasty / Baylor / 5'9", 211

    34. A.J. Turner / S. Carolina / 5'10", 195

    35. Justin Rankin / Kent St. / 5'9", 211
     
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  2. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    Most Underrated: Take your pick - Ke'Shawn Vaughn, Joshua Kelley, James Williams, Josh Jacobs, Artavis Pierce, Zack Moss, Trayveon Williams, Elijah Holyfield, Darrell Henderson. They all are.

    Most Overrated: None really, but I'll say Benny Snell. Good football player. But on the slow side.
     
  3. Geordie

    Geordie A True Fan

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    OK so because most of my scouting revolves around the Gators schedule. I'm finding your rankings Vaughn and Perine to be a little low. Vaughn looks a hell of a prospect and I really love Perine, the kid is legit(but I'm biased ).
     
  4. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    Both good players, that's why they're here. I've been watching Vaughn since he was at Illinois. But it gets a lot more interesting if you watch ALL of these players and study them week in week out. Year in year out.

    Go watch the Corbin kid running the ball for Illinois now. He looks like he could set a combine record in the 3cone and shuttle drills. His COD and ability to make guys miss is insane.

    Every year I have people come into these threads to tell me they feel certain players from their favorite teams are ranked too low. Last year around this time it was Nick1 trying to tell me I had R.J. McIntosh too low. I don't even know if he's played a snap yet in the NFL.

    They don't understand I'm watching 20 or 25 other players across the country make the same plays. Some will go back to school and others will declare for the draft.

    My rankings will always make more sense after kids go back to school and others declare. Believe me when I tell you there's a method to the madness.
     
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    And now you got two Gator fans doing it. :lol:

    Not that I was wrong with Neal, Maye, Davis, Anzalone ...
     
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    And I totally respect the amount of effort you obviously put in to it all. It's really amazing how much stuff you digest and evaluate. I was just kind of messing with you on Perine in particular, like Bob says I'm just showing my bias. I do think that Vaughn struck me as a difference maker in the same way as Gurley did for Georgia when we played Vandy, had he not been injured during that game I'm pretty sure the Gators would have lost again. I'm not saying he's Gurley like, but that kind of ability to change the course of a game which Gurley had was evident a bit in his performance that day. He may go under the radar a little in the draft if he declares and if he does he's going be a great value pick for some team.
     

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