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Top 2014 NFL Draft RB Prospect Rankings

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  1. Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia Falling - 6-1 - 226
    Let's face it, 2014 has not been the best of years for Bulldogs junior Todd Gurley - a suspension for a sports memorabilia signing, only to suffer a knee injury upon his return to wipe out the rest of his final season at Georgia. While Melvin Gordo... Read More
  2. Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin Falling - 6'1 - 215
    Gordon has elite speed (career average of 8.3 YPC), good size (6'1, 210 pounds) and consistently demonstrated an ability to read holes and bounce off defenders without losing much acceleration. In 2014, he rushed for 2,587 yards with 29 touchdowns. He briefly held the NCAA single-game record for rushing yards in a game when he abused Nebraska to the tune of 408 yards ... Read More
  3. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska Falling - 5'9 - 205
    Ameer Abdullah's running style is similar to Tennessee's Bishop Sankey, the first running back taken in the 2014 draft, but as November kicked in, the smallish ball carrier's heavy work load seemed to have caught up with him. H... Read More
  4. Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana Falling - 5'11 - 206
    Tevin Coleman has valid burst and explosion off the snap. He is a finesse-type of runner who is physical enough to move the pile, and has adequate strength to beat the press in passing situations. He shows above average vision and is a patient runner who waits for blocks to develop. He can stick his foot in the ground and explode laterally, showing an explosive ver... Read More
  5. Duke Johnson, RB, Miami Falling - 5'9 - 207
    The more Duke Johnson totes the football, the higher his draft stock gets. The junior out rushed Miami's opponents by a 895-502 count in the team's last five regular season games before the bowl season commenced in 2014. He might lack the ideal size a team might look for in a featured back, but looks are deceiving, as h... Read More
  6. Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State Falling - 6-0 - 216
    The 2014 season will be a year to remember for Jay Ajayi, as he ranked second in the nation with 32 total touchdowns, 28 scoring runs and 347 attempts, piling up 1,823 yards on the ground while snatching 50 passes for 535 yards. He is a creative open field runner with that sudden burs... Read More
  7. Malcolm Brown, RB, Texas Falling - 5'11 - 222
    Coming out of high school, Brown was a big time recruit who played at one of the best high school programs in Texas' largest classification. But the stud recruit status never really translated at the collegiate level. Brown averaged 4.25 yards per carry in 630 collegiate carries and averaged only 3.9 yards per carry in his senior year. In Brown's defense, the Longhorn... Read More
  8. Rod Smith, RB, Ohio State Falling - 6-3 - 231
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