2018 Running Backs

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  1. Leonardfan

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    rockybleier - thanks for all of your research - it's great seeing newer members contributing so much.
     
  2. rockybleier

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    Thanks LF....I’ll be keeping an eye on all running backs.....Hopefully we will find a few diamonds in the rough....Looking to get 1000 yards out of Laird, Ouellette, IEriksen, Epstein, Borghi as freshman??....Probably not.....
    I hope Nolan Eriksen gets close.....
    My big concern is Beau Bisharat.....They talk about the transfer getting most of the carries this year.....Bisharat is a Junior this year, turning down Standford looks worse and worse as the years go on.....I’m rooting hard for BB getting Lindsey-like carries......He could be a 1000 yard back easy.....Remember, this guy is no preferred walk on, he was a highly recruited big running back......
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    I hope Bisharat actually gets a chance as well. He is up against the caste system though and he might of been sold a bunch of BS to commit to Colorado so they would not have to lose him to another Pac 12 team.
     
  4. rockybleier

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    Chad Magyar....Another running back to keep an eye on.....3 star recruit at UNLV...
    Class of ‘18....Didn’t see him on the roster but it may not have been updated with incoming freshmen yet....,
     
  5. Leonardfan

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    BYU redshirt junior Beau Hoge has transitioned to running back.

    Hoge (6'1/220), the son of former NFL running back Merril Hoge, appeared in three games at the quarterback position last season. "It was kind of tough at first when [the coaches] approached me about it," Hoge said earlier this month. "But at the end of the day, it is all about whatever is best for the team." With Hoge's position change the race for the BYU starting quarterback job is down to three competitors: senior Tanner Mangum, sophomore Joe Critchlow and freshman Zach Wilson. Mangum started eight games last season for BYU, which opens its season September 1 at Arizona.
     

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