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What happened to Mike Hart and why was he not successful in the NFL and what happened for him to go in round 6 of the draft? No flame, just curious.
Injuries. Lacked top end speed.
RB coach for EMU right now.
Do you know what his fourty time was?
He's 5' in cleats. Not NFL size.
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Said on his wiki page he's 5'9 206. Some of the best RB's in the NFL are that size.
He edited his own page, hold on I'll correct it.
Coaching for Eastern Mich as a Rb coach, played for Indy and from the looks of it on wiki was burried on the depth chart behind Addai and Rhodes, battled through a few injuries but never did enough to make his way into a permanent role with the team... Never looked like a NFL RB to me, good player but not big enough or fast enough to play at that level
It says 4.69
said 4.48 from what i saw.... if it was hand timed prob closer to 4.6
yikes! if thats accurate, that's really all the reason right there..
This sums it up. Great college back with his elite balance, but injuries and lack of speed didn't cut it at the pro level.
He's small and slow. He was a great college RB but would not make a good NFL RB. He's a coach at EMU now. Our RB coach is probably retiring after this year when his kid leaves Michigan, so it'll be interesting to see if we bring Hart back or Tyrone Wheatley as a RB coach.
In fairness we had one too, Boom Herron, if not for his suspension would have had a pretty decent year.. actually had ok speed just don't think he had what it takes to get to the next level and be worth anything.. RB at that level are hard to judge sometimes... there are the obvious ones like AP and then you have someone like the dude that played for the Skins last year blow up and really come from nowhere
chillen on the weekend, weather is better... anyone know when the IU/UM game is?
Sunday at 4. WEON.
hope they dont blow it for the rest of us... odds are UM gets the smack down, IU is heated from taking the L at their own place.. UM needs to play strong on D, Olidipo will be bringin it for sure
RBs are such a weird anomalies at the next level. Arian foster is another that comes to mind along w the skins rookie last year. Not much national attention in college, but damn good pro.
Texans have two pretty good ones that I dont think were too big before they made it to the league
Yeah.. it's not like the second leading rusher in the league ran a 4.67 at last year's combine.
Who are you referring to?
Well Alfred Morris is 220 and played with shanahan, so you can't compare those two. Also having RGIII certainly helps. He was in a situation where it would mean he absolutely sucks (among NFL players) if he didn't succeed
Processed by Ohio State four years in a row. He and Henne could never recover.
Michigan Running Back Mike Hart. He is back for his senior season (2007) for 2 reasons: National Championship and beat the $uckeyes.
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