Injured Players Who Hope To Make A Comeback & Impact In 2012

Injured Players Who Hope To Make A Comeback & Impact In 2012

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Five injured running backs return in 2012 in the SEC.  Particularly, running backs Knile Davis (Arkansas) and Marcus Lattimore (South Carolina) are two key players to look for, as we are all ready to see them back on the field in 2012.

Here are others returning from injury in 2012:

Akeem Auguste (foot), DB, South Carolina
Tyler Bray (thumb), QB, Tennessee
Jeremy Brown (knee), DB, Florida
Josh Clemons (knee), RB, Kentucky
Knile Davis (ankle), RB, Arkansas
Josh Dworacyzk (knee), OL, LSU
Will Ebner (ankle), LB, Missouri
Elvis Fisher (patellar tendon), OL, Missouri
Dee Ford (back), DE, Auburn
Dee Hart (knee), RB, Alabama
Justin Hunter (knee), WR, Tennessee
Henry Josey (knee), RB, Missouri
Cyrus Kouandjio (knee), OL, Alabama
Herman Lathers (leg), LB, Tennessee
Marcus Lattimore (knee), RB, South Carolina
Christine Michael (knee), RB, Texas A&M
Martavius Neloms (ankle), DB, Kentucky
Warren Norman (leg), RB, Vanderbilt
Marcus Roberson (neck), DB, Florida
DT Shackelford (knee), LB, Ole Miss
Tobias Smith (knee), OL, Mississippi State
Ridge Wilson (shoulder), LB, Kentucky

I, for one, am very excited to see Henry Josey from Missouri return from his injury, as I am with Marcus Lattimore and Knile Davis as well. There is a good nucleus of running back talent coming back from an injury in 2012.





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