With so many mock drafts continuing to suggest that the Dolphins will take Alabama RB Mark Ingram at #15 and with my continued assertion that he isn’t worth drafting at that position because “running backs are a dime a dozen,” I figured it was time to share with you some of the other RBs who could have an impact in this year’s draft.
University of Kentucky RB Derrick Locke ran for 887 yards and 10 touchdowns this past season, despite missing four straight games in October and November with an injury. Locke ran for over 100 yards in each of Kentucky’s first four games in 2010, including a season-high 166 yards in a 47-10 win over Akron. Locke also shined at the Swamp, running for over 100 yards in the Wildcats loss at Florida.
John Congemi continues his analysis of the players that he got to see at the Senior Bowl in Mobile this week. With so much talk about adding pieces on offense for the Dolphins, we asked John to break down the running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, and offensive linemen that he’s been watching. If you want to see what he has to say about the six quarterbacks, just check out his earlier post.