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This topic was posted on BOL, and I thought it would be a good topic for discussion here. Who would you take as the better prospect? To me, Trent had freakish strength for a RB with above average speed. He could definitely break more tackles because of his lower center of gravity. Leo is bigger while also being a step faster with better elusiveness.
As a HS prospect, I would probably lean towards Leo. However, Trent also had intangibles such as work ethic that can't be measured. It is that desire which truly made him great. He didn't come in with a sense of entitlement, but rather worked his ass off for his spot in the rotation. If Leo has those same intangibles, he can be as good or even better.
Couldn't care less
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.
Then don't open the thread, phag.
This post was edited by NoVaNoles 11 months ago
Fournette is the better prospect out of high school and that's not up for debate.
That being said, Richardson was special in College, won the heisman and will be hard for Fournette to match.
Leo has a lot of work to do to be considered on Richardson's level.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
lol you can't tell those dumbasses that. "Trent was a better HS prospect cuz he worked so hard and had better character."
This post was edited by wutang148713 11 months ago
Its certainly debatable but who gives a shit who was the better prospect in high school, means nothing
Be like arguing with your best friend in 1st grade who has the bigger dick
Richardson did not win the Heisman...
He finished 3rd IIRC
Just saying. Fournette is the number 1 overall prospect and Noah, JC and all the staff have said he's the best RB prospect since Adrian Peterson.
Just going off of what the staff members have said, not saying it's true.
Richardson was underrated coming out of high school because he played against crap competition.
You're right that it doesn't mean anything, just answering the question.
This post was edited by Lesticals 11 months ago
Lesticals takin those drugs again. SMH.
Oops, well he was better than Ingram.. If he was starting the year Ingram won the award, he would've won it that year.
Roxy's, om nom nom
agreed, got robbed the year he finished 3rd IMO, RG3...
Wut? Read the OP dumbass. I stated Leo was the better prospect.
You're on a recruiting board, during a slow period. You sure are spending a good bit of time in a thread "you care nothing about".
Cause Im laughing at what a retarded discussion this is and ready to unleash my newest material in terms of Jokes, GIF's or whateverz
A dude needs to get his practice on for the 2013 season, NoVa ain't holding no punches this season
I'm not talking about you. I'm talking about BOL as a whole. You still a bitch tho.
Oh look, another Internet Tough Guy. You should probably just keep your mouth shut until you can at least have a moderate command of the English language.
I truly believe you are mildly retarded. Did you forget your helmet today?
Fornette is the third best high school prospect I've ever seen. The first two are Clowney and that WR at FSU a few years ago. Pretty sure his name was Fred Rouse.
I would put Adrian Peterson above Fournette, too. His HS film was INSANE.
Reggie Bush is up there too.
Straight goon, god I loved him
Need to get you a "hi-Jack" Badge, ha for real.
Fuk this thread and Big Willy, I do what I want
Seriously though, both backs are awesome.... but who gives a shit who thinks who is better coming out of high school
It literally means nothing, I'd rather discuss what is a better laundry detergent
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