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 Post subject: NYF's Top 150 Prospects - RBs
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 8:30 am 
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Here are the rest of the RB prospects listed by Brian Catanzaro aka NYF.

The first three RBs are on the main site...you can read them by clicking here. http://finnation.com/top-150-prospects-rbs/

4) Joseph Randle, Oklahoma St* (6-1, 194) – Round 3
5) Le’Veon Bell, Michigan St* (6-2, 244) – Round 3
6) Andre Ellington, Clemson (5-9, 192) – Round 3
7) Mike Gillislee, Florida (5-11, 207) – Round 4
8) Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina* (6-0, 240) – Round 4
9) Jonathan Franklin, UCLA (5-10, 198) – Round 4
10) Kenjon Barber, Oregon (5-11, 190) – Round 4
11) Stepfan Taylor, Stanford – Round 4
12) Knile Davis, Arkansas* - Round 4
13) Jawan Jamison, Rutgers* (5-8, 200) – Round 5
14) Christine Michael, Texas A&M (5-10, 221) – Round 5


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 8:51 am 
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Ray Graham, Pitt?


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I would've been really high on #13 being the next Ray Rice but he is coming out to early and should've finished at least one more season to be ready.

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Lattimore doesn't go any lower than round 2. If he does then Miami needs to draft him. The most complete back in this draft class and would've been a 1st round pick if he didn't get injured.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:47 am 
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mercury22nathan wrote:
Ray Graham, Pitt?


He would've been #15. :D


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You just *know* there will be a couple of studs in that group, but which ones are they?!?!


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I really like Monte Ball and Barber.

I also think Jawan Jamison could be a major steal.


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Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky......my third round pick in 2014. #1 in all purpose yards in 2012. 1700+ rushing, 432 receiving, 740 KR, 240 PR.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-BPDe7_0Us

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That Andrews kid looks pretty awesome...not too familiar with him. Thanks for the heads up, Carson.


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JMP wrote:
That Andrews kid looks pretty awesome...not too familiar with him. Thanks for the heads up, Carson.


No prob. Small school guys are hard to scout. He shows real good hands and has some nice size. The numbers he put up are hard to get even from a small school. He had a nice kick return against LSU, 79 yards.

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