Originally Posted by nunusguy
He's obviously got speed and outstanding atthletic skilis, but he's awfully small isn't he ? How much will his smallish size hurt his chances of making it in a big-time university program in a top conference like the Big 10, Pac 10, or even SEC ?
The various sporting news show him between 180 and 190 points and 5'11 - 6.0' which isn't bad for someone going into their senior year of high school. Given that a large number of running backs aren't very large, once he gains more muscle and strength in college, he could very well be one of the next great backs.