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Thread: Who would be a good late round draft pick for runningback?

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    Jawan Jamison from Rutgers...

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft.../jawan-jamison

    I went to Rutgers and saw him play, dudes good. He is ray rice Lite. I think he broke a 100 in like their first 6 games or so....a very patient runner...he left after his junior year which will hurt him enough to be had in late 4th +
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    Re: Who would be a good late round draft pick for runningback?

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    The ones I like are;

    Rounds 2-3
    Giovani Bernard - UNC

    Rounds 4-5
    Knile Davis - Arkansas
    Le'veon Bell - MSU
    Mike Gilislee - FLA
    Theo Riddick - ND
    Marcus Lattimore - So. Carolina

    Lonnie Pryor - FSU - listed as a FB but I think this kid could be perfect for the 1 back set Philbin wants to utilise.

    Rounds 6-7
    Ray Graham - Pitt
    Rex Burkhead - Neb
    I think Lonnie Pryor could be huge. I have watched him since he arrived on campus and he is a stud but was under used. Lattimore in the fifth would be a great gamble for production down the road.
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    There's not a ton of talk about Mike Ford, but he's one of the more physically gifted backs in the class. Think he's a natural fit for a one-cut system too.
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    if he didn't have medical red flags popping up left and right, D.J. Harper
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    Hard for me to get beyond Dennis Johnson just because I've been onto him for so many years. But in all seriousness I'd also love Mike Gilislee. He made an impression on me. I like Zac Stacy. I like Cierre Wood and Latavius Murray. I like Kerwynn Williams but I do get worried I'm gearing myself toward too many smaller backs. But if that's where the talent takes you so be it.
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    I like Zac Stacy. Whats the consensus on Kenjon Barner from Oregon? The guy was hugely productive the last 2 seasons, I think he'd be a nice back to pair with Lamar Miller...
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    Latavius Murray,we supposedly brought him in for a visit.Youtube some of his game footage.
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    Round 4? Pick one!

    Over in FH VIP we have been doing a 7 round collaborative mock and we also did one before free-agency. In our latest draft only 3 RBs were taken before round 4. Sure we're not all experts but there are a lot of good players in this draft at more valuable positions, and so the RBs have slipped. Here is a quick breakdown:

    rd1. Lacy
    rd2. Bernard
    rd3. Ball
    rd4. Stacy, Bell, Taylor, Ellington
    rd5. Lattimore, Randle, Michael, Barner, D. Robinson, Gillislee, Franklin
    rd6. so far...Ford, TBD
    rd7. TBD

    I think on draft day round 5 will be a RB buffet, and there will be plenty of leftovers in round 6, round 7, and UFA.

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