2011 Running Back 
 
Week:  Preseason   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   Final
 
  NamePosSchoolHt/WtHometownStock ValuePrevious Ranking
Montee BallRBWisconsin5-11/215Wentzville, MO1
Trent RichardsonRBAlabama5-11/224Pensacola, FL2
LaMichael JamesRBOregon5-9/185New Boston, TX3
Terrance GanawayRBBaylor6-0/240New Boston, TX13
Ganaway rushed for 200 yards and five TDs in the Alamo Bowl.
David WilsonRBVirginia Tech5-10/201Danville, VA4
Wilson reached the 100-yard mark in only one of his last four games.
Chris PolkRBWashington5-11/214Redlands, CA9
Polk rushed for at least 100 yards in each of his last three games.
Ronnie HillmanRBSan Diego St.5-10/175Long Beach, CA5
He rushed for just 55 yards on 24 carries against Louisiana Lafayette.
Rex BurkheadRBNebraska5-11/210Plano, TX6
South Carolina held Burkhead below four yards per carry.
Bernard PierceRBTemple6-0/218Ardmore, PA10
10 John WhiteRBUtah5-8/188Torrance, CA11
11 Lamar MillerRBMiami-FL5-11/210Miami, FL12
12 Bobby RaineyRBWestern Kentucky5-8/205Griffin, GA16
Only LaMichael James averaged more rushing yards per game this season.
13 Joseph RandleRBOK State6-1/200Wichita, KS8
Randle rushed for only 23 yards on 10 carries in the Fiesta Bowl.
14 Marcus CokerRBIowa6-0/230Beltsville, MD7
Coker was suspended for the Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma.
15 Stepfan TaylorRBStanford5-11/211Mansfield, TX19
Taylor rushed for 177 yards and two TDs against Oklahoma State.
16 Giovani BernardRBNorth Carolina5-10/205Davie, FL14
Missouri held bernard to 31 yards on 13 carries.
17 Doug MartinRBBoise State5-9/215Stockton, CA22
Martin rushed for 151 yards and a TD against Arizona State.
18 De'Anthony ThomasRBOregon5-9/169Los Angeles, CA-
There may not have been a more versatile offensive player in the nation this year.
19 Isaiah PeadRBCincinnati5-10/200Columbus, OH20
Pead rushed for 149 yards and a TD against Vanderbilt.
20 Silas ReddRBUSC5-10/200Norwalk, CT15
Redd did not exceed 66 yards in any of his last four games.
21 Isi SofeleRBCalifornia5-8/183Salt Lake City, UT18
Sofele gained 52 yards on 20 carries in a loss to Texas.
22 Michael DyerRBAuburn5-9/206-17
He was serving a suspension during the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
23 Curtis McNealRBUSC5-7/190Los Angeles, CA23
24 Andre EllingtonRBClemson5-10/190Moncks Corner, SC24
25 Vick BallardRBMiss. State5-11/215Pascagoula, MS-
Ballard rushed for 324 yards over his last two games.

Running Backs dropped from last stock exchange entry:
Cyrus Gray, Zac Stacy


Last Update: 1/16/2012


 

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