Alabama Crimson Tide, RB, #9
Tuscaloosa, Ala.2015 Recruit
Georgia and Alabama lead our list of SEC schools with back-up running backs capable of carrying the load if the top guy goes down.
We are here to celebrate the SEC players who are most capable of exploding in any given game and make everyone find the nearest TV. Who are the most exciting? We break it down.
Cam Robinson is a decorated All-American coming out of America's most decorated program: Alabama. But he still had questions to answer at the Scouting Combine. Saturday Down South went to Indianapolis to tell his NFL Draft story.
Alabama came within 2 minutes of a perfect 15-0 season. Its defense scored 11 touchdowns. How can the 2017 Tide team possibly top that? We provide five reasons Alabama might actually be better this fall ... and three it might not.
Alabama's run game had an up and down year this past season. The unit returns every player from last year's group except for former walk-on Derrick Gore. Here are 5 interesting facts about the Crimson Tide's run game from 2016.
In a conference full of amazing running backs, who stands out as the best of the best? We scanned the SEC backfields and created the perfect running back for 2017.
Brian Daboll's personality is a change from Lane Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian. It remains to be seen if the personality of the Crimson Tide offense changes in kind.
Gone are the likes of Leonard Fournette and Stanley “Boom” Williams, but there are stars waiting in the wings to take their place. Here are the SEC's 10 best running backs returning in 2017.
As the weeks and months pass, each team’s outlook will slowly begin to come into focus. For now, however, here is one thing that each SEC team can count on in 2017.
Najee Harris has drawn comparisons to Derrick Henry, Leonard Fournette and Adrian Peterson, which aren’t easy expectations to meet. For now, he’ll have to settle for being the best running back that Nick Saban has ever recruited.