2010 NFL Draft: Running Back Analysis, Part 1

March 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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While there are some very good running backs at the top of this class, I think there is tremendous value in the mid to late rounds in this group. I believe this will be an especially good class for teams looking for a back who not only can run the ball, but contribute on special teams in the return game.
1. CJ Spiller, Clemson 5’10” 194lbs
After returning to Clemson for his senior year, Spiller put up his best numbers ever, totaling 1,715 total offensive yards and 16 touchdowns. There had been concern  in many circles that Spiller was risking too much by remaining in college, given his injury history. Instead Spiller just capped off a career in which he set 31 school records and became the ACC’s career leader in All-Purpose yards (7,588).

Spiller is speed demon who actually runs just as fast with his ...

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