The Dish: Running Backs Leave College in Droves
Okay, there are just way too many running backs declaring for the NFL Draft.
What, are classes at the nation’s largest universities getting harder or something? No, no one’s surprised that Reggie Bush declared early; he’s probably going to be the first overall pick. Nor can I quibble with Vince Young (kind of an RB in QB’s clothing, if you know what I mean), after his amazing Rose Bowl performance. I have to take some umbrage at LenDale White’s decision to go. Bush’s backfield mate could’ve had the Southern Cal spotlight all to himself with Reggie out of the picture, and, barring injury, would almost certainly have gone higher in ’07 than in ’06. Visit :- โปรโมชั่นแทงบอล
Now comes the cavalcade of huh? Laurence Maroney out of Minnesota? Hm. Nice back, lots of yards. But do it on the big stage, Larry. Brian Calhoun of Wisconsin? Is he worried his meteoric, out-of-nowhere 2005 will vanish if he hangs around lovely Madison one more year? Maurice Drew out of UCLA? I mean, he’s a nice college player, but he’s (maybe) 5’8″, 205 lbs. He’s Kevin Faulk. Demetris Summers out of South Carolina? (And I do mean out of South Carolina: Steve Spurrier kicked the kid off the Gamecocks football team after his freshman year; if you’re too dirty for Steve Superior, you are mighty dirty.) Demetris. Buddy. Seems as though you could do with a little Marcus-Vick-style maturation before setting your sights on Maurce-Clarett-land, hu