You got to see it in 2005. Unfortunately, you saw what he could do in an NFL offense against NCAA defense. This post isn't about hating Reggie, it's just about reality. According to Kiper, 6 USC starters will probably go in the first round this year (Tutui, Justice, Bird, Leinart, White, Bush). 3 more are near locks to be first rounders in 2007(Smith, Jarrett, Baker). The scrubs on the squad are Kirtman (top 5 FB) Matua (top 10 guard) and Kalil (C who could go high in 2007). That's an offensive unit with 9 NFL 1st round picks. Carroll's a former NFL HC too. Just keep things in perspective. Reggie didn't have to do any tough running, and teams couldn't focus on him. He'll be lucky to have this much talent around him in the NFL. Well, how did he do against an elite college D, you ask? Reggie had some success, butTexas showed how a fast D can contain him. 7 of his 13 carries were for 3 yards or less. He didn't turn the corner with his usual regularity. Texas D is fast; Mack Brown has a long standing practice of moving players down a position, i.e. OLB to DE, and then bulking them up. However, Texas D isn't NFL fast or NFL solid.