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Hey Nova whos the hot chick laying beside Reuben Foster ...
Hah, I love homer flame wars.
Oh and to take a shot at Yeldon, I think he won't be nearly as good in the NFL. Might be the best college RB this year though.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Hill won't even make it to the pros dude. He's got aids written all over him .
You do realize Gurley is an Olympic track star and is 230 pounds right?
Get this guy out of this thread.
This post was edited by MooseKnuckleUGA 17 months ago
Broken Lattimore > Gurley + Marshall
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Bodhi 17 months ago
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
Excuse me ? Olympic track star ?
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Yeah bro, you didn't see him beat Bolt in the 100 and win Gold in London?
Not sure he meant the Olympics but Gurley did represent the US in the junior world track championship held in France.
He and Marshall also started working out with the UGA track team a few weeks ago and competed in an Invitational meet at Virginia Tech.
Gurley finished 6th in the 60m hurdles and Marshall finished 2nd in the 60m dash.
Everyone has there own homerish opinion about who is the best RB. It's one thing to say a guy is fast but it's another for these kids to go out and prove it against SEC and ACC track scholly guys who are some of the fastest in the country.
Tarboro High hurdler Todd Gurley is in France this week competing for the U.S. team in the IAAF World Youth Championships, but another area standout expected to make the trip - Millbrook sprint champion Keith Marshall - did not.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Dawg_like_Whoa 17 months ago
Yeldon and Hill are pedestals of Gurleys cock.
The students surpasses the teacher?
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I think they will make an exception for Gurley and Marshall this year when they both go over 1k.
Gurley should have been first team over Gillislee
You can make a case for Gurley.
But, Gillislee running like that, behind that OL, lack of wr unit, and 100+ ranked passing offense, was 1st team worthy imo.
not olympics, but he did compete internationally for the USA while in High School. I can't remember the distance, but he did rep America overseas.
This post was edited by Ballparkga 17 months ago
I know they did..like others have before them...hence the word "exception".
I like ours . Ben Malena, Brandon Williams, Tre Williams, Tra Carson. Not the best but top 3 fof SEC
As of now I'd go:
1-Todd Gurley- Not only did he win the US Youth National Championship 110m hurdles in the Summer of 2011 but he also finished in 5th place in the 100m final at the event in which Warren "Keith" Marshall placed 1st and Ronald Darby placed 2nd.
2- TJ Yeldon- Love his potential but Bama had perhaps the best run blocking offensive line in the history of college football. Bama RBs averaged 4.2 yards per carry "before" contact this past season on designated run plays. Both Yeldon and Lacy benefited from slightly inflated statistics due to elite OL play. 2013 will be a better indicator of his true ability.
3. Jeremy Hill- Great size & speed ratio....definitely surprised me with his burst. Could have a 1400+ yard season in 2013 if LSU can be more balanced with their passing game.
4- Keith Marshall- Love his long-term potential. Shocked that he's still running 4.3x (ie. ran 6.75 over 60 meters recently for UGA's track team).....same speed he was in high school when 185-190. He played at 216 this past 2012 season. Look out for Keith Marshall 2.0 in 2015 RB Bryce Love. Should be of comparable size as Marshall with perhaps 1/2 step better speed (if he continues to progress he'll be high 4.2x) by the time he gets to college in 2015. UGA needs to offer Love immediately IMO along with Taj Griffin at McEachern.
This post was edited by BamaBornDukie 17 months ago
You get out of it what you put into it!
We saved a black church, you racist asshole.
Auburn would never give a parent money
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