2014 DRAFTTEK BIG BOARD - Ranked by Position
Running Backs
Most Recent Revision:  3/28/2014


QB Center OG LOT ROT TE RBF RBC WRF WRS FB
DE43 DE34 DT43 DT34 OLB43 OLB34 ILB SS FS CB PK

Big Ten SEC PAC 12 Big 12 ACC Mtn West C USA Sun Belt AAC MAC


1 (37)   0 Washington
Bishop Sankey
Sr          5'9"          209
#26
BIO
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2 (44)   0 Ohio State
Carlos Hyde
Sr          6'0"          230
#34
BIO
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3 (71)   0 Auburn
Tre Mason
Jr          5'8"          207
#21
BIO
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4 (97)  +6 Arizona
Ka'Deem Carey
Jr          5'9"          207
#25
BIO
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5 (103)  +7 LSU
Jeremy Hill
So          6'0"          233
#22
BIO
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6 (110)  +7 Baylor
Lache Seastrunk
Jr          5'9"          201
#25
BIO
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7 (117)  +21 WVU
Charles Sims
Sr          6'0"          214
#3
BIO
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8 (138) -41 Boston College
Andre Williams
Sr          5'11"          230
#44
BIO
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9 (147) +60 Towson
Terrance West
Jr          5'11"          223
#28
BIO
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10 (160)   -13 Arizona State
Marion Grice
Sr          6'0"          208
#1
BIO
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11 (206) -46 Florida State
Devonta Freeman
Sr          5'8"          206
#8
BIO
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12 (285)   -29 Stanford
Tyler Gaffney
Sr          6'0"          226
#25
BIO
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13 (294) -68 W Kentucky
Antonio Andrews
Sr          6'0"          212
#5
BIO
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14 (309)   -29 Wisconsin
James White
Sr          5'10"          198
#20
BIO
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15 (312)  +15 Georgia Southern
Jerick McKinnon
Sr          5'9"          209
#1
BIO
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16 (334)   -45 Central Florida
Storm Johnson
Jr          5'11"          215
#8
BIO
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17 (353)   -47 Toledo
David Fluellen
Sr          6'0"          215
#22
BIO
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18 (365)   -52 Sam Houston St
Tim Flanders
Sr          5'9"          210
#20
BIO
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19 (389)   -68 Notre Dame
George Atkinson III
Jr          6'1"          210
#4
BIO
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RUNNING BACK


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Running Backs line up in the backfield, either behind the Fullback in the "I" formation, alongside another Back in the "T" formation, or next to the Quarterback in the shotgun or spread formation. This position has the following responsibilities:

1) Carry the ball/or block on running plays
2) Carry out running fakes; block or serve as an outlet receiver on pass plays

Drafttek designates prospects for this position as either RBF (Feature RB) or RBC (Change of Pace RB). The differences are as follows:

A. A "Feature" RB (RBF) is normally an every down type player that is powerfully built for all types of running plays - power plays up the middle, off-tackle slants, and end sweeps. The RBF can effectively handle all blocking assignments and is an adequate receiver out of the backfield
B. Change of Pace RB's (RBC) are normally smaller players that exhibit speed and quickness in abundance. They run more "quick-hitting" plays - sweeps and screens. They're expected to be excellent receivers, mant times lining up wide.
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