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The Pach's 2021 Runningbacks (Underclassman)

jimthefin

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I can't see Saban leaving Bama for another College job.

Unless something happened in the Athletic Dept that made him really unhappy there.

And I think the NFL is not something he feels the need to prove himself in anymore.

Maybe Belichick retires and becomes President of football Ops at NE(or elsewhere)and hires him. ;)

But I think he retires at Bama as the Greatest College Football Coach of all time, surpassing Bear Bryant. I figure he has 2-3 more Titles in him at least.

Which I predicted would happen when he took the job there. In fact he has done even better than I thought he would.


He is still an A Hole though........................ :NANA:
 

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I would like to see him catch the ball more but I love the way he runs through contact.
 

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Javonte Williams is exactly what Miami needs. National leaders in broken tackles, yards after contact, TDs and total yards. Best RB in country IMO. Cannot tackle him. A beast. Probably early 2nd round


I’m late to the Javonte Williams bandwagon but I’m firmly on it.

I’ll be ecstatic if MIA lands either Najee Harris or Javonte.
 

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1. Javonte Williams / UNC / 5’10”, 220

2. Zamir White** / Georgia / 6’0”, 215

3. Mohamed Ibrahim / Minnesota / 5’10”, 210

4. Chuba Hubbard / Oklahoma St. / 6’0”, 208

5. Kenneth Gainwell** / Memphis / 5’11”, 194

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6. James Cook / Georgia / 5’11”, 190

7. Javian Hawkins** / Louisville / 5’9”, 196

8. Jermar Jefferson / Oregon St. / 5’10”, 208

9. Jaret Patterson / Buffalo / 5’9”, 195

10. C.J. Verdell / Oregon / 5’9”, 205

11. Brenden Knox / Marshall / 6’0”, 223

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12. Stevie Scott / Indiana / 6’2”, 231

13. Max Borghi / Washington St. / 5’10”, 197

14. Dameon Pierce / Florida / 5’10”, 215

15. Marcel Murray / Arkansas St. / 5’11”, 197

16. Pooka Williams / Kansas / 5’10”, 170

17. Kennedy Brooks / Oklahoma / 5’11”, 216

18. Mike Epstein / Illinois / 6’0”, 205

19. Bryant Koback / Toledo / 6’0”, 205

20. Chris Brown Jr. / Cal / 6’1”, 230

21. SaRodorick Thompson** / Texas Tech / 6’0”, 210

22. Hassan Haskins / Michigan / 6’1”, 220

23. Malcolm Davidson / FAU / 5’10”, 220

24. Travis Dye / Oregon / 5'10", 200

25. Cyrus Habibi-Likio / Oregon / 6’1”, 215

26. Jashaun Corbin** / Florida St. / 6’0”, 220 (Transferred from Texas A&M)

27. Kobe Lewis / C. Michigan / 5’11”, 208

28. Xazavian Valladay / Wyoming / 6'0", 196

29. Isaih Pacheco / Rutgers / 5’11”, 210

30. Andrew Claire / Bowling Green / 5’11”, 205

31. Ja’Tarvious Whitlow / W. Illinois / 6’0”, 210 (Transferred from Auburn)

32. Tyler Badie / Missouri / 5'9", 200

33. Shaun Shivers / Auburn / 5’7”, 179

34. David Bailey / Boston College / 6’0”, 236

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35. Destin Coates / Georgia St. / 5’11”, 198

36. Lyn-J Dixon / Clemson / 5’10”, 195

37. Bentavious Thompson / UCF / 6’1”, 197

38. Amare Jones / Tulane / 5’11”, 200

39. Jordan Mims / Fresno St. / 5’11”, 195

40. Raheem Blackshear / Virginia Tech / 5’9”, 194 (Transferred from Rutgers)

41. Hassan Hall / Louisville / 6’0”, 204

42. D.K. Billingsley / Troy / 5’11”, 214
Javonte Williams. Best ever recorded at his position
 

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Kebo

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I like Marable as well, would prefer Gainwell or Cook, but Marable would be just a notch lower.
 

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Watching Gainwell vs Penn St, and I like him. On a chip block, he put Parsons on his back - really impressive for a guy his size. Would have liked to see his development in 2020, but a strong Combine would be enough for me to feel comfortable projecting him. Love that he was so heavily involved in the passing game as a freshman.
 

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Watching Gainwell vs Penn St, and I like him. On a chip block, he put Parsons on his back - really impressive for a guy his size. Would have liked to see his development in 2020, but a strong Combine would be enough for me to feel comfortable projecting him. Love that he was so heavily involved in the passing game as a freshman.
I like him as well, very good receiving back that can catch even deep balls thrown.
 
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