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Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
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Mon Jan 16, 2017 3:42 pm
  • Foreman is a beast.
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Mon Jan 16, 2017 3:43 pm
  • There is a poop load of good Running backs in the first/second round this year. As always I would love nothing more than to get a beauty lineman to protect our best asset. But if not that I would love a talented running back.

    I want to be sold on Rawls but I dunno.
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Mon Jan 16, 2017 3:56 pm
  • FlyingGreg wrote:Foreman is a beast.

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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Mon Jan 16, 2017 4:00 pm
  • LeftHandSmoke wrote:Any thoughts?

    3. D’Onta Foreman | Texas
    6-1 | 249 | Junior

    249, is that for real?

    At USA Today
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    Royce Freeman | Oregon
    5-11 | 230 | Junior

    Damn, how'd a 1-2 punch be, with a name as good as Rawls Royce??
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Mon Jan 16, 2017 4:14 pm
  • xStickybudz wrote:I want to be sold on Rawls but I dunno.

    You and me both. I just don't see it. His body just doesn't seem like it can take a beating week in and week out with how hard and physical he runs. Don't know much about Foreman, but that size for a HB is what I'd love to see next year. If he is built like that with speed and, quickness, and vision....Oh man!
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Mon Jan 16, 2017 4:26 pm
  • I'd kick the tires. We need a hammer for short yardage. This team is missing a LenDale White \ TJDuckett Thunder Back.
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Tue Jan 17, 2017 4:07 pm
  • I'd be willing to bet we could get Alvin Kamara, Tennesse, in the 3rd, maybe 4th.

    He's a great RB with tons of laterally agility and ability to cut, with good lower body strength. What I like about him is that he's never been asked to carry the ball more than 18 times in a game. Can he ? That would be the question. But he has a ton of tread left on the tires and I envision any RB we get splitting time with Rawls and Prosise.

    Rawls is good, but he's not built for 25 carries a game. Give him 15, give the rookie 10 and Prosise 10 touches and we're looking pretty good.
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Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:51 pm
  • Jamaal Williams is going to be a steal for somebody on draft day
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Thu Jan 19, 2017 7:00 am
  • JumpmanXhawk wrote:Jamaal Williams is going to be a steal for somebody on draft day



    I think he is definitely a sleeper prospect. I'd love for us to grab him.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:26 pm
  • Hawks46 wrote:I'd be willing to bet we could get Alvin Kamara, Tennesse, in the 3rd, maybe 4th.

    He's a great RB with tons of laterally agility and ability to cut, with good lower body strength. What I like about him is that he's never been asked to carry the ball more than 18 times in a game. Can he ? That would be the question. But he has a ton of tread left on the tires and I envision any RB we get splitting time with Rawls and Prosise.

    Rawls is good, but he's not built for 25 carries a game. Give him 15, give the rookie 10 and Prosise 10 touches and we're looking pretty good.


    You really think he'd be available in the 3rd or 4th? If the Panthers don't take or can't get Fournette I'd take him at 40 overall, but many mocks have him in the 1st round now. I'm a Tennessee fan as well on Saturdays and can vouch that the guy can play.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Fri Jan 20, 2017 5:45 am
  • Foreman has very light feet for a big man..reminded me of Lynch(without the speed) the 1st time I watched him...rarely see bigger rb's able to pick holes

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    Davin Cook Florida St 5'11 205 speed/balance combo not an elite blocker or receiver undersized for a feature back but makes WOW! runs reminds me of Marshall Faulk


    Leonard Fournette LSU 6'1 220 top pick in 2015 late 1st in 2016 with lingering health issues..which player are you getting? likely both...that 2015 player was special. elite power/speed and moves combo


    Christian McCaffrey Stanford 6'0 202 elite vision, understanding how how to set up blocks, patience and burst...still a gadget player needing a Josh McDaniels type OC to use him as a weapon not a wr or feature back


    Kareem Hunt Toledo 5'11 225 fast powerful, relentless Senior bowl rushed for 1355 in 2016 and 4,825 yards in his career
    runs angry like Jay Ajayi

    D'Onta Foreman Texas 6' 1/20 249 ist team Big 12, was the nation's leading rusher and totaled 2,028 yards on the ground despite playing in just 11 games. He averaged 184.4 yards per game in 2016 shades of Marshawn Lynch with his light feet and ability to find holes and power over people..just lacks great speed


    Joe Mixon Oklahoma 6'1 226 hit a woman after she hit him twice...not going to bury the young man after losing his temper and doing something stupid at the age of 18. as a rb has the weight to be an feature back, solid pass a pass receiver and in pass pro runs through arm tackles


    Alvin Kamara Tennesee 5'10 215 Alabama transfer from JC junior 3rd down back/pr very athletic


    Wayne Gallman,Clemson 6'0 215 quick feet, good vision/eyes solid rb just lacks elite power solid not great feature back prospect


    Elijah Hood North Carolina 5'11 220 Alla academic class kid powerful runner, loves contact lacks breakaway speed. Great #2 back


    Curtis Samuel Ohio St 5'11 200 similar to McCaffrey but not as talented. 3rd down back, very fast
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Fri Jan 20, 2017 6:44 am
  • Another guy that I think we might be interested in is Mcnichols. He has tremendous hands and had almost 500 yards receiving on 12 YPC. He could really fill a role similar to how Prosise was used this year.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:05 pm
  • James Conner is a guy that I would like to see us look at in the later rounds.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:19 pm
  • We don't need a speed guy, we need a tough SOB that has great balance and runs through tackles, quick and 20 yard speed and I would be happy, doesn't need WR speed.
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Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:40 pm
  • DJrmb wrote:James Conner is a guy that I would like to see us look at in the later rounds.

    Ya, I love James Connor. Tough as nails, finishes with intent, pretty good feet for his size. Has very good hands. He could either drop 10-15 LB's and pick up agility/long speed much like Leveon did, or he could stay where he is, add a few LB's and be a nice FB option like Reece, Tolbert, etc.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:45 pm
  • chris98251 wrote:We don't need a speed guy, we need a tough SOB that has great balance and runs through tackles, quick and 20 yard speed and I would be happy, doesn't need WR speed.

    Day 2 or 3 guys I like so far in this process with those traits are: Kareem Hunt, Jamaal Williams, and James Connor. All run very physically and look to finish runs.

    Connor doesn't have long speed, but for his size has great feet and initial burst through the hole.

    Williams has great feet, especially sifting through traffic in muddy areas, he also seems to demand being gang tackled.

    Hunt runs angry and always keeps his legs going. Has great balance after contact.
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Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:47 pm
  • pcbball12 wrote:
    chris98251 wrote:We don't need a speed guy, we need a tough SOB that has great balance and runs through tackles, quick and 20 yard speed and I would be happy, doesn't need WR speed.

    Day 2 or 3 guys I like so far in this process with those traits are: Kareem Hunt, Jamaal Williams, and James Connor. All run very physically and look to finish runs.

    Connor doesn't have long speed, but for his size has great feet and initial burst through the hole.

    Williams has great feet, especially sifting through traffic in muddy areas, he also seems to demand being gang tackled.

    Hunt runs angry and always keeps his legs going. Has great balance after contact.



    Thanks, sounds like what were looking for, at least what I am for our short yardage and red zone run plays as well as every down type back. That's durable.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Fri Jan 20, 2017 4:29 pm
  • Dalvin Cook will be a hall of famer if he can stay healthy. Calling it.

    It's a good thing that I'm not GM of this team, because there'd be a large trade up for him on draft day.
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Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:39 am
  • LeftHandSmoke wrote:Any thoughts?

    3. D’Onta Foreman | Texas
    6-1 | 249 | Junior

    249, is that for real?

    At USA Today
    http://draftwire.usatoday.com/2016/12/0 ... sition-rb/


    My draft crush this year. The dude is huge, and runs away from defensive backs. His feet never stop, and he has a little shimmy to him. His jump cuts help set his blockers up for success. I think I would like to see them trade back and pick this dude up. I think his stock is going to shoot up after the combine.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:43 am
  • poplarbluffman wrote:Foreman has very light feet for a big man..reminded me of Lynch(without the speed) the 1st time I watched him...rarely see bigger rb's able to pick holes

    my early list

    Davin Cook Florida St 5'11 205 speed/balance combo not an elite blocker or receiver undersized for a feature back but makes WOW! runs reminds me of Marshall Faulk


    Leonard Fournette LSU 6'1 220 top pick in 2015 late 1st in 2016 with lingering health issues..which player are you getting? likely both...that 2015 player was special. elite power/speed and moves combo


    Christian McCaffrey Stanford 6'0 202 elite vision, understanding how how to set up blocks, patience and burst...still a gadget player needing a Josh McDaniels type OC to use him as a weapon not a wr or feature back


    Kareem Hunt Toledo 5'11 225 fast powerful, relentless Senior bowl rushed for 1355 in 2016 and 4,825 yards in his career
    runs angry like Jay Ajayi

    D'Onta Foreman Texas 6' 1/20 249 ist team Big 12, was the nation's leading rusher and totaled 2,028 yards on the ground despite playing in just 11 games. He averaged 184.4 yards per game in 2016 shades of Marshawn Lynch with his light feet and ability to find holes and power over people..just lacks great speed


    Joe Mixon Oklahoma 6'1 226 hit a woman after she hit him twice...not going to bury the young man after losing his temper and doing something stupid at the age of 18. as a rb has the weight to be an feature back, solid pass a pass receiver and in pass pro runs through arm tackles


    Alvin Kamara Tennesee 5'10 215 Alabama transfer from JC junior 3rd down back/pr very athletic


    Wayne Gallman,Clemson 6'0 215 quick feet, good vision/eyes solid rb just lacks elite power solid not great feature back prospect


    Elijah Hood North Carolina 5'11 220 Alla academic class kid powerful runner, loves contact lacks breakaway speed. Great #2 back


    Curtis Samuel Ohio St 5'11 200 similar to McCaffrey but not as talented. 3rd down back, very fast


    I'm curious about your assessment of foreman. I think he has incredible speed for 250. Watch his highlights, he continually pulls away from DB's tens of pounds lighter than him.
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Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:57 am
  • Maelstrom787 wrote:Dalvin Cook will be a hall of famer if he can stay healthy. Calling it.

    It's a good thing that I'm not GM of this team, because there'd be a large trade up for him on draft day.


    I agree. I can literally see how great his work ethic is in the way he runs. He reminds me of Tomlinson. Just that sheer passion and intensity, not to mention natural ability. Watching him run, I would think he is a flashy, loud guy. Then I see him in interviews, and he is humble and laid back. He will be that "hardest working guy in the building," guy. He is the best pro prospect I have seen on video for years.

    Man, if only the Hawks could find a way to pull it off. Cook, some defensive depth, and a couple of decent to good o linemen through fa, Superbowl bound.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:33 pm
  • Jimjones0384 wrote:
    poplarbluffman wrote:Foreman has very light feet for a big man..reminded me of Lynch(without the speed) the 1st time I watched him...rarely see bigger rb's able to pick holes

    my early list

    Davin Cook Florida St 5'11 205 speed/balance combo not an elite blocker or receiver undersized for a feature back but makes WOW! runs reminds me of Marshall Faulk


    Leonard Fournette LSU 6'1 220 top pick in 2015 late 1st in 2016 with lingering health issues..which player are you getting? likely both...that 2015 player was special. elite power/speed and moves combo


    Christian McCaffrey Stanford 6'0 202 elite vision, understanding how how to set up blocks, patience and burst...still a gadget player needing a Josh McDaniels type OC to use him as a weapon not a wr or feature back


    Kareem Hunt Toledo 5'11 225 fast powerful, relentless Senior bowl rushed for 1355 in 2016 and 4,825 yards in his career
    runs angry like Jay Ajayi

    D'Onta Foreman Texas 6' 1/20 249 ist team Big 12, was the nation's leading rusher and totaled 2,028 yards on the ground despite playing in just 11 games. He averaged 184.4 yards per game in 2016 shades of Marshawn Lynch with his light feet and ability to find holes and power over people..just lacks great speed


    Joe Mixon Oklahoma 6'1 226 hit a woman after she hit him twice...not going to bury the young man after losing his temper and doing something stupid at the age of 18. as a rb has the weight to be an feature back, solid pass a pass receiver and in pass pro runs through arm tackles


    Alvin Kamara Tennesee 5'10 215 Alabama transfer from JC junior 3rd down back/pr very athletic


    Wayne Gallman,Clemson 6'0 215 quick feet, good vision/eyes solid rb just lacks elite power solid not great feature back prospect


    Elijah Hood North Carolina 5'11 220 Alla academic class kid powerful runner, loves contact lacks breakaway speed. Great #2 back


    Curtis Samuel Ohio St 5'11 200 similar to McCaffrey but not as talented. 3rd down back, very fast


    I'm curious about your assessment of foreman. I think he has incredible speed for 250. Watch his highlights, he continually pulls away from DB's tens of pounds lighter than him.

    IMO, Foreman needs an outstanding line to have any success in the NFL. He has good feet for his size and his long speed is actually really good. He just lacks natural vision and he isn't the bruiser you would think for a guy thats almost 250. Now, when he gets going he is tough to bring down, but he doesn't look to finish runs violently and he gets stuffed before he gets going too often. I see him run into the backs of his OL far too often, just lacks creativity as a runner. He will need a "runway" to get going in the NFL. So if he lands in the right spot he could be successful, but I don't think he is a fit with us other than that size aspect.
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Wed Feb 08, 2017 1:20 pm
  • I think anyway you slice it, the Hawks are going to end up with a pretty decent RB in this draft. If only we could count on Rawls to be healthy, heck even Procise.

    That really forces our hand to get a guy.

    Great work everyone on these dudes.
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Fri Feb 10, 2017 1:18 pm
  • Joe Mixon is really growing on me especially if he drops into the middle of the draft he'd be crazy good value. If not for his mistake as a Freshman he'd be probably talked about in the top 3 right up with Fournette and Cook. He seems to have learned from his mistake and kept his nose clean. Obviously they'd need to do their due diligence to make sure that's the truth (like they did with Clark), but Mixon looks to have elite level talent.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Sat Feb 11, 2017 10:29 am
  • I've got it Cook, Mixon, Fournette as my top 3.
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Sat Feb 11, 2017 8:36 pm
  • Mixon at #90 overall would be ideal....
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Sun Feb 12, 2017 4:58 am
  • pcbball12 wrote:IMO, Foreman needs an outstanding line to have any success in the NFL. He has good feet for his size and his long speed is actually really good. He just lacks natural vision and he isn't the bruiser you would think for a guy thats almost 250. Now, when he gets going he is tough to bring down, but he doesn't look to finish runs violently and he gets stuffed before he gets going too often. I see him run into the backs of his OL far too often, just lacks creativity as a runner. He will need a "runway" to get going in the NFL. So if he lands in the right spot he could be successful, but I don't think he is a fit with us other than that size aspect.


    I have the same opinion as you, on Foreman.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Tue Feb 21, 2017 8:43 am
  • Re: Jamaal Williams; I found a recent piece by Matt Waldman, who IMO, is one of the better technical analyst of football talent. Here, he comps RB-Jamaal Williams with RB-Marcus Allen (from the 1980's). I see a similar running style between the two, however, Allen seemed to have more receiving highlights, even though he had much, much better QB's in a different system and at a different time. Jamaal Williams is currently regarded as a round 5/6 prospect.
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Re: Best Running Backs in the 2017 Draft
Tue Mar 28, 2017 9:43 am
  • Jimjones0384 wrote:
    poplarbluffman wrote:Foreman has very light feet for a big man..reminded me of Lynch(without the speed) the 1st time I watched him...rarely see bigger rb's able to pick holes

    my early list

    Davin Cook Florida St 5'11 205 speed/balance combo not an elite blocker or receiver undersized for a feature back but makes WOW! runs reminds me of Marshall Faulk


    Leonard Fournette LSU 6'1 220 top pick in 2015 late 1st in 2016 with lingering health issues..which player are you getting? likely both...that 2015 player was special. elite power/speed and moves combo


    Christian McCaffrey Stanford 6'0 202 elite vision, understanding how how to set up blocks, patience and burst...still a gadget player needing a Josh McDaniels type OC to use him as a weapon not a wr or feature back


    Kareem Hunt Toledo 5'11 225 fast powerful, relentless Senior bowl rushed for 1355 in 2016 and 4,825 yards in his career
    runs angry like Jay Ajayi

    D'Onta Foreman Texas 6' 1/20 249 ist team Big 12, was the nation's leading rusher and totaled 2,028 yards on the ground despite playing in just 11 games. He averaged 184.4 yards per game in 2016 shades of Marshawn Lynch with his light feet and ability to find holes and power over people..just lacks great speed


    Joe Mixon Oklahoma 6'1 226 hit a woman after she hit him twice...not going to bury the young man after losing his temper and doing something stupid at the age of 18. as a rb has the weight to be an feature back, solid pass a pass receiver and in pass pro runs through arm tackles


    Alvin Kamara Tennesee 5'10 215 Alabama transfer from JC junior 3rd down back/pr very athletic


    Wayne Gallman,Clemson 6'0 215 quick feet, good vision/eyes solid rb just lacks elite power solid not great feature back prospect


    Elijah Hood North Carolina 5'11 220 Alla academic class kid powerful runner, loves contact lacks breakaway speed. Great #2 back


    Curtis Samuel Ohio St 5'11 200 similar to McCaffrey but not as talented. 3rd down back, very fast


    I'm curious about your assessment of foreman. I think he has incredible speed for 250. Watch his highlights, he continually pulls away from DB's tens of pounds lighter than him.


    So, Foreman ran 4.45 forty at his pro day. Faster than both McCaffrey and Cook.
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Wed Mar 29, 2017 9:58 am
  • 40 times are so hard to take at complete face value in pro day workouts in my opinion. Too many variables not accounted for. It's even harder to compare pro day 40's to combine 40's. That's not a fare comparison at all.
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