RB Travis Homer, Miami (FL)*

5’10” – 201 lbs. – 4.48 Played sparingly, predominantly in a special-teams capacity as a true freshman, then started the final nine of thirteen games played as a sophomore, posting 163-966-8. Was the full-time starter as a junior, enjoying a similar season of 164-985-4 before declaring for the draft. Team captain who’s a little bitContinue reading “RB Travis Homer, Miami (FL)*”

RB Tony Pollard, Memphis*

6’0” – 210 lbs. – 4.52 Hybrid running back and wide receiver who also served as a dangerous return specialist. Redshirted, then received a total of sixty touches the following year, split almost evenly between rushing attempts and receptions. Had another sixty-six touches the following year, then rushed 78-552-6 and caught 39-458-3 in his juniorContinue reading “RB Tony Pollard, Memphis*”

RB Jordan Scarlett, Florida*

5’11” – 208 lbs. – 4.47 Started eight of thirteen games as a true freshman, leading the team in rushing with a line of 179-889-6. Was suspended for his entire sophomore season after allegedly participating in a credit card fraud scam, then came back to start for the team once again, posting 131-776-5. Declared forContinue reading “RB Jordan Scarlett, Florida*”

RB Jalin Moore, Appalachian St.

5’10” – 212 lbs. – N/A Redshirted, then finished second on the team in rushing with a line of 99-731-5. Ended up starting seven games as an injury replacement the following year, enjoying his most productive season: 237-1,402-10. Had a similar if somewhat less voluminous junior year (183-1,037-12), then was limited to just 63-400-6 overContinue reading “RB Jalin Moore, Appalachian St.”

RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska

6’0” – 230 lbs. – N/A Carried the ball 38-209-1 as a freshman, then dealt with an ankle injury as a sophomore en route to 97-412-5. Had a junior year of 129-493-3 and then finished as the team’s leading rusher in 2018, with a line of 155-1,082-12, his yards-per-carry nearly doubling. Very big, thickly-built runningContinue reading “RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska”

RB Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M*

5’8” – 206 lbs. – 4.51 Has been a major contributor since he first arrived at Texas A&M, rushing for 156-1,057-8 as a freshman. Was named a team captain the following season but saw his production dip to 173-798-8. Served as the workhorse in 2018 and went 271-1,760-18 in a breakout campaign. Has a squatContinue reading “RB Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M*”

RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple

5’11” – 220 lbs. – 4.45 Ran the ball 51 times as a freshman, then stepped into a major offensive role the following year with 156-919-14 on the ground. Saw his production dip to 156-604-5 as a junior, then rebounded and went 210-1,098-13 as a senior to conclude his career, appearing in ten games butContinue reading “RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple”

RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma*

6’0” – 224 lbs. – N/A Appeared in two games as a true freshman, sustaining a season-ending broken leg after just one carry. Ended up getting a medical redshirt the following year after sustaining a neck injury, then stepped into a major role the following season and put together an impressive 188-1,161-13 line on theContinue reading “RB Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma*”

RB Myles Gaskin, Washington

5’9” – 205 lbs. – 4.58 Has been remarkably consistent over the course of his career, making major contributions in all four seasons with the Huskies and handling a similar workload in each. Ran for 227-1,302-14 as a freshman, 237-1,373-10 as a sophomore, 222-1,380-21 as a junior, and 259-1,268-12 as a senior. Also caught sixty-fiveContinue reading “RB Myles Gaskin, Washington”

RB Miles Sanders, Penn St.*

5’11” – 211 lbs. – 4.49 Played sparingly on offense in his first two seasons with the Nittany Lions, filling in behind Saquon Barkley and posting lines of 25-184-1 as a freshman and 31-191-2 as a sophomore, also returning kicks in his first year with the team. Took over the starting role this past seasonContinue reading “RB Miles Sanders, Penn St.*”