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What's your top 10 (since 1983)
No. 1: Ki-Jana Carter
No. 2: Lawrence Phillips
No. 3: Curtis Enis
No. 4: D.J. Dozier
No. 5: Michael Haddix
No. 6 Rashaan Salaam
No. 7: Alonzo Highsmith
No. 8: William Green
No. 9: Tim Biakabutuka
No. 10: Blair Thomas
Not sure about runner ups. Maybe:
Jarrod Bunch, Joe Profit, Sammie Smith, Michael Haddix, Ron Dayne etc...
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Red Goodman 18 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
in no order just how they came to mind
No first round RB in the 95 draft was great.
Thats all Ive got for now.
This post was edited by Hskr4Life23 18 months ago
You should just stop posting.
Ricky williams for how much new orleans had to give up to get him and then could not stop smoking up
My son's message to Obama, Clemson, and Georgia
Odd post for a sports related topic.
That's kinda where I lean as well.
Will be interesting to see where Archie Griffen is on this list.
Whole lot of RBs from Penn St would be on my list if it were the top RB 20 busts:
This post was edited by BamaBornDukie 18 months ago
You get out of it what you put into it!
All those make the list.
For the poster above I didn't pick Archie because I was only going on the last 30 years (since the 1983 draft).
Bo Jackson IMO. He had weak hips.
Sorry but I can't do that. I never accepted what happened that day as truth and never will.
Remove Alonzo Highsmith's name from that list because he had a serious knee injury and was out on NFL after 3 yrs.
I can't include Ricky Williams. Not sure how anyone with over 10,000 rushing and 13;000 all-purpose yards could be a bust.
Bo had 16 CAREER tds and 2600 career yards. He probably belongs here
He wasn't even drafted was he?
Teein' Off on Links
Mark Ingram, 550 yards in 2 years. 16.6 yards a game
You forgot to add your Reggie Bust
Mark Ingram is on a Pass Happy team
No he sucks
I think he was the #1 overall pick. Played 5 years and rarely even started.
Ingram has over 1000 yards.
haha, im dumb, drafted...TWICE
i guess i remembered there was something weird about it..
Not sure where you get your info, but Ingram has a little less than 1100 yards on around 275 carries. A very pass happy team, and splitting carries w 2 other backs.
Go on, I love a good conspiracy theory
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Which makes the 9 bcs titles since 98 even more impressive.
Since the wac12 has one.
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