Draft Preview: Three Games You Have to Watch.
ton of the Draft will be on display this afternoon. I'm trying to outline
different games so you can make your match up sheets and watch the game
with some purpose. But this is tough week to do that.
6', 240, RB, Jr-
Nice job on play action to get outside and cut the DE. He does a
better job using his hands to push off tacklers and cutting back. He
has such amazing balanced. He got horse collared against NC ST, and
almost held his balance and fell forward.
He looks so much faster on outside runs. He is still has that amazing power and stamina. When he hits a pile it just moves back. He has such great eyes that he uses to make sharp cuts that allow him to bounce off tacklers. He is a great down hill
runner, and has that agility and balance to stay on his feet with an LB in his legs and spin out of it and break it open.
6-3, 255, TE, Rs-Sr- He can get open get open 30 yards downfield on the Corner route, and
leap up and grab it high. Solid blocker on the goal line. He gets
position and holds on, and then starts driving.
I was impressed with his play against NC ST.
(GRADUATE): Hauled in a 14-yard reception vs. Richmond (9/7)... two catches for 13 yards vs. Kansas (9/13)... caught a 16-yard touchdown pass and totaled two receptions for 31 yards vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... made fourth start of the year vs. NC State
(GRADUATE): Caught one pass vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... grabbed a six-yard reception vs. Richmond (9/7)... made one three-yard catch vs. Kansas (9/13)... two catches for 31 yards and one five-yard carry at Rutgers (9/21)... hauled in three passes for a team-high 43 yards vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... contributed a 23-yard kick return at Louisville (10/5)... grabbed one five-yard reception and added a 31-yard kick return vs. NC State
*Kobay White- 6-1, 200, WR, Rs-Jr-
2019 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR): Preseason ALl-ACC: Athlon, Phil Steele’s... caught three balls for 73 yards, including a long of 56 yards and a 17-yard score vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... grabbed one 15-yard reception vs. Richmond (9/7)... team-high three catches for 45 yards vs. Kansas (9/13)... caught four passes for 33 yards vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... registered three catches for 38 yards, including a touchdown, at Louisville
6-6, 310,ORG, Rs-Sr- He really looks the part. He is good moving to his left in the zone
block. The RBs like to cut between him and Petrula. Dynamic run
blocking duo. Nice job pulling to the left and taking out the DE. He
has a good shot to go in Day Three.
(GRADUATE): Preseason All-ACC: Phil Steele’s... Debuted at right guard, playing all 77 snaps, for the season opener vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... played right guard vs. Richmond (9/7) for 43 of 68 offensive snaps and was named ACC Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week... started at right guard vs. Kansas (9/13) for 80 snaps... started at right guard at Rutgers (9/21)... started at right guard vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... started at right guard at Louisville (10/5)... played 71 snaps as the starting right guard while BC tallied 429 yards on the ground vs. NC State
ORT, 6-5, 310, JR-
He is a good prospect. Strong and balance. He knows how to use his
hands. He still gets a little ugly sometimes. He could slip into the
end of Day Two, with the success of BC OLs in the NFL. But he is
more likely a 4th Round guy.
2019 (JUNIOR): Preseason All-ACC: The ACC, Athlon, Phil Steele... Started 25th consecutive game vs. Virginia Tech (8/31) as the right tackle for all 77 snaps... played at right tackle vs. Richmond (9/7) for 53 of 68 offensive snaps... started at right tackle vs. Kansas (9/13) for all 83 snaps... started at right tackle at Rutgers (9/21)... started at right tackle vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... started at right tackle at Louisville (10/5)... played 71 snaps as the starting right tackle while BC tallied 429 yards on the ground vs. NC State
2019 (GRADUATE): Preseason All-ACC: Athlon... three tackles, 0.5 TFL, first career interception and two pass breakups vs. Virginia Tech (8/31/19)... made two tackles vs. Richmond (9/7)... contributed six tackles vs. Kansas (9/13)... tallied four tackles at Rutgers (9/21)... matched career-high with eight tackles vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... made four stops, including one TFL, at Louisville (10/5)... assisted on two tackles, including 0.5 TFL, vs. NC State
Attrach- 6', 205, SS, Rs-Sr- Rough and tough kid. He was excellent against NC ST. He looked like a
legit NFL prospect.
2019 (GRADUATE): First career start at strong safety resulted in career-high six tackles vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... posted three tackles vs. Richmond (9/7)... registered a team-high 10 tackles vs. Kansas (9/13)... four solo tackles and a fumble recovery at Rutgers (9/21)... career-high 12 tackles vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... posted three tackles at Louisville (10/5)... made seven tackles against NC State (10/7), including 0.5
#14 Max Richardson-
He is a terrific run stuffer. He is BC leading tackler. He can split
the two OLs getting outside on the screen, and tackle the RB for a
loss. He has some speed and smarts out in space. He has that knack
for getting into the backfield and finding the RB. Terrific
instincts attacking forward. He keeps getting to the RB behind the
2019 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR): Preseason All-ACC: Athlon, Phil Steele’s... team-high 10 tackles vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... totaled six tackles with a half sack and 2.5 TFLs plus a quarterback hurry vs. Richmond (9/7)... six tackles vs. Kansas (9/13)... posted a career-high 14 tackles, including 10 solos, with 2.5 TFLs at Rutgers (9/21)... 13 tackles with a sack vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... led the team with 14 tackles, including 12 solo stops, at Louisville (10/5)... fourth straight game with double figure tackles with 10, including a sack and three TFLs, to go with a PBU vs. NC State
#18 *Mike Palmer-
6-1, 200, FS, Rs-Jr-
He has some juice moving forward.
JUNIOR): Nine tackles in first career start at free safety vs. Virginia Tech (8/31) with 0.5 TFL... team-high seven tackles vs. Richmond (9/7)... tallied seven tackles, including 0.5 TFLs, vs. Kansas (9/13)... intercepted a pass and made eight tackles at Rutgers (9/21)... picked off a pass vs. Wake Forest (9/28) to go with eight tackles and a PBU... contributed eight solo tackles at Louisville (10/5)... broke up two passes and made seven tackles, including one TFL, vs. NC State
2019 (JUNIOR): Career-high five tackles off the bench against Virginia Tech (8/31/19)... made first career start vs. Richmond (9/7/19) with a TFL... totaled four tackles and a TFL in a second consecutive start vs. Kansas (9/13)... one tackle and a pass break-up at Rutgers (9/21)... career-high 11
takles, including one TFL, against Wake Forest (9/28)... credited with one tackle at Louisville (10/5)... assisted on two tackles, including 0.5 TFL, with a quarterback hurry vs. NC State
#28 John Lamot-
6', 240, ILB, Rs-Jr, Jr- He is a little short, but he can
play. He finds the RB in the middle of the line. he could make a NFL
team on special teams.
JUNIOR): Returned to starting lineup for eight tackles and 1.0 TFL with two pass breakups vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... three tackles vs. Richmond (9/7)... made five tackles, including 0.5 TFLs, vs. Kansas (9/13)... one tackle at Rutgers (9/21)... career-high 17 tackles, including a half sack, vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... four tackles, including a TFL, at Louisville (10/5)... posted six tackles vs. NC State
6-4, 225, (U) 4,31, DB/LB, Rs-Jr, Clemson,
It looks like he has found his position, and it is Linebacker. The
NFL is desperate for LBs who can cover anyone. I have not been his
biggest fan, but I am now convinced that he can play the Will or the
Sam and cover Slot WRs, TEs, and RBs out of the backfield. That is
more valuable to a defense than ever before. He was awesome against
UNC, and looked like a 1st Round NFL Linebacker.
Lott IMPACT Trophy quarterfinalist … tied for team-lead with nine tackles vs. Georgia Tech, sharing team defensive player of the week honors … recorded five tackles and a pass breakup vs. No. 12 Texas A&M … led Clemson with 11 tackles and a career-high 3.5 tackles for loss including 2.0 sacks at Syracuse, earning ACC Linebacker of the Week, Lott IMPACT Trophy Player of the Week and Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Week, and sharing team defensive player of the week honors … added seven tackles vs. Charlotte … led Clemson with eight tackles, as credited by the Clemson coaching staff, including 2.5 for loss and a sack as well as two pass breakups in earning team defensive player of the week at North Carolina … credited by the coaching staff with a team-high six tackles (two for loss), a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery vs. Florida State in earning team defensive player of the game honors … collected eight tackles, two sacks and a pass breakup at Louisville, sharing team defensive player of the game
6-1, 190, CB,
He is a terrific rusher. He will line up like an D-end and run the
arc to the QB. He sacked Mond on 3rd down against A&M. I admit
that was very impressive for a CB (though it doesn't say a lot for
his NFL potential;).
has been a shut down CB so far this season. If he runs an
appropriate 40, he should be a 1st Round Pick.
Started all 15 games in his first year as a starter in 2018, scoring the first points of the College Football Playoff National Championship on a pick-six … entered 2019 credited with 68 career tackles (3.0 for loss), seven pass breakups, four interceptions (returned for a total of 95 yards including a 44-yard touchdown) and two forced fumbles over 1,042 snaps in 29 games (15 starts) … selected as a fourth-team Preseason All-American by Athlon for
#19 Tanner Muse- 6-2, 230, SS- He
has been playing very well this season, and looks like he can be
more than just a draftable player who can make an NFL team on
Special teams. He looks like he could play some Safety in the
Veteran safety who entered 2019 with 164 career tackles (4.5 for loss), 10 passes broken up, 2.0 sacks, three interceptions for 89 yards (including a 64-yard return for a touchdown), a forced fumble and a 63-yard fumble return for a touchdown in 1,252 snaps over 44 career games (24
#22 *Xavier Kelly- 6-4, 305, NT SR–
He is one of the no name DLs, who are stepping in to replace the
Four Horsemen. He has been good this season. But not good enough to
Transitioned from defensive end to defensive tackle prior to the 2018 season and entered 2019 credited with 17 tackles (2.0 for loss), 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble in 169 snaps over 18 career
games. 2019: Recorded two tackles and a fumble recovery vs. Georgia Tech … added a tackle vs. Charlotte … registered two tackles including a half-sack vs. Florida State … contributed three tackles at
#43 Chad Smith- 6-3, 240, LB Sr–He
can line up on the Strongside and get across the field, punch off ablocker and tackle the RB on the weak. Good feet sliding back
in coverage. Special team maven his whole career at Clemson.
Key special teams contributor early in his career who has grown into a defensive role as his career has progressed … entered 2019 credited with 74 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, a pass breakup, a forced fumble and a recovered fumble in 280 snaps over 43 games in his
career. 2019: Posted seven tackles (one for loss) and a forced fumble vs. Georgia Tech … added five tackles vs. No. 12 Texas A&M … notched nine tackles including a sack at Syracuse … contributed two tackles vs. Charlotte … posted five tackles and contributed to the game-winning stop on a two-point conversion attempt at North Carolina … notched two tackles and his first career interception vs. Florida State … recorded seven tackles including a nine-yard sack at
6-4, 210, WR, Clemson, #5-
He is not playing as well as I expected. But he is a long tall WR
that can win every jump ball thrown to him. Lawrence has been
throwing well, and is not going to him enough. However, he is clearly
a 1st Round talent, and it is time to start forcing the ball to him
Talented wideout whose produced one of the school’s most impressive sophomore campaigns in 2018 in his first full year as a starter … entered 2019 with 76 career receptions for 1,281 yards with 14 receiving touchdowns … selected as a second-team Preseason All-American for 2019 by both Phil Steele and
5-10, 210, #9 RB, Clemson- He
has that way of hopping to the line to find the crack to slash
through on short yardage. He will try to give a little chip on the
D-end off play action, but he needs more impact and not to
whiff. 2019: Posted a career-high 205 yards and matched his career high with three rushing touchdowns on 12 carries against Georgia Tech, the fewest carries in a 200-yard day in school history … earned Maxwell Award Player of the Week, ACC Running Back of the Week and team offensive player of the week honors for the performance … scored on a 90-yard touchdown run against Georgia Tech, setting a Memorial Stadium record and tying the school record for longest run … rushed 16 times for 53 yards and posted career highs in receptions (four) and receiving yards (52) vs. No. 12 Texas A&M … gained 76 yards on 14 carries and caught three passes for 32 yards at Syracuse … rushed 11 times for 61 yards with a touchdown vs. Charlotte … gained 67 yards on 14 carries including a 13-yard rushing touchdown at North Carolina … recorded 127 rushing yards on 17 carries, a 23-yard pass completion and a three-yard receiving touchdown vs. Florida State, earning ACC Running Back of the Week and sharing team offensive player of the game honors … eclipsed the 3,000-yard rushing mark for his career against Florida State, becoming the seventh player in school history to reach the milestone … in that game, also became the first Clemson running back to complete a pass since C.J. Spiller on Nov. 14, 2009, at NC State … rushed 14 times for 192 yards with one touchdown to share team offensive player of the game honors at Louisville, marking the 11th time in his career he averaged 10.0 yards per carry in a game on at least five attempts to tie Colin Kaepernick for the most by any FBS player since
Enrolled in January 2016 and has started at both guard and tackle during his Clemson career … entered 2019 having previously played 1,602 snaps over 40 games (23 starts) in his
career. 2019: Played 47 snaps vs. Georgia Tech in helping Clemson to its most rushing yards (411) in a season opener since 1957 … played 57 snaps vs. Texas A&M … played 59 snaps at Syracuse as Clemson held Syracuse without a sack and produced 612 yards of offense … recorded 27 snaps and earned team offensive player of the game vs. Charlotte … played 52 snaps at North Carolina in Clemson’s first one-point win since the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl … played 49 snaps in helping Clemson to 552 yards of total offense vs. Florida State … played 39 snaps in the midst of Clemson’s 551-yard performance with 298 rushing yards at
Became the full-time starter at right tackle in 2018 … entered 2019 having previously played 1,674 snaps over 40 games (15 starts) in his
career. 2019: Played 48 snaps vs. Georgia Tech in helping Clemson to its most rushing yards (411) in a season opener since 1957 … played all 72 snaps vs. No. 12 Texas A&M … played 69 snaps at Syracuse as Clemson held Syracuse without a sack and produced 612 yards of offense … recorded 42 snaps vs. Charlotte … played 66 snaps at North Carolina in Clemson’s first one-point win since the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl … played 59 snaps in helping Clemson to 552 yards of total offense vs. Florida State … played 49 snaps and shared team offensive player of the game honors in the midst of Clemson’s 551-yard performance with 298 rushing yards at
#9 Joe Borrow- 6-4, 216, QB-
He is going to be the top pick in the Draft. There isn’t a fire
burning around the potential he is displaying this season, there is
an inferno. Everywhere you turn another NFL guy is gushing over his
game. He has the size and the arm to be a terrific QB. He makes can
make all the throws, with accuracy. He has been making all the right
decision all season.
is not just the physical that has been so impressive, it is his
mental game that is putting him in the top spot. He has been making
his reads and progressions faster than any other QB in this Draft,
and putting the ball where it needs to go with impressive
III- 6-4, 315, OC- Solid OC. He is tough and smart. He
got knock out of the last game and came back in. He will get
Drafted, likely on Day Three, and play for a long time in the
LSU's starting center for the second straight year in 2019 ... Developed into LSU's most consistent offensive lineman in what was his first season as a starter for the Tigers in 2018 … Started all 13 games at center a year ago and finished second among all LSU offensive linemen in total snaps with 973 … Tough and dependable player that rarely comes off the field … Missed only eight snaps in SEC games last year … Leader on the offensive line with tremendous technique and understanding of the game … Gives LSU a presence on the field as if there was a coach in the huddle … Works patiently with the younger offensive line, serving as a mentor to the Tiger
Damien Lewis I- 6-3, 332, OG- Big, smart, and strong.
Enters second year as a starter on the offensive line after joining the Tigers as a junior college transfer for the 2018 season … Powerful offensive lineman with tremendous leg strength … Strongest player on the team with a 635 pound squat and a bench press of nearly 500 pounds … A road grader for the Tigers up front … Punishing blocker who excels in both pass protection and running game … One of only two offensive linemen to start every game for the Tigers in 2018, joining center Lloyd Cushenberry III ... Early enrollee for LSU as he joined the Tigers for spring practice in 2018 … For career, has played and started 13 games for the
6-3, 203, LSU,
SS #9- Delpit
is the most versatile DB in this Draft. He lines up everywhere from
Slot Corner to Free Safety. But he plays his best at FS. Which
doesn’t mean he is bad in coverage like most Strong Safeties. He
can play Slot Corner. He can play outside on the WR sometimes. But
he excels at tackling RBs like he hates them. I marvel at how he can
then play over the top as a Cover Two Safety on the next play.
CB, LSU- 6’, 200, #22- He
makes the QB throw the tough pass to the WR almost every time. He
doesn’t always play the run with aggression. When the WR blocks
him, he too often grabs him and just holds on. He can slide back to
Cover One FS, which I think is interesting.
“Fulton started at corner for the Tigers in 2018 and was tied for
second on the team with 10 passes defended when he went down with an
ankle injury on Nov. 10 in a game against Arkansas.”
6-2, 308, DT, LSU, #90- When he burst into the backfield he
finds the QB. They have him rush outside like a D-end a lot. Mostly
he seemed to play the 5-Tech in odd fronts. The OLT and OLG will
double him on the edge. They play a lot of odd fronts with three DLs
rushing. Great initial burst. He can be a yard ahead of the other
LSU DLs off the snap.
the Fiesta Bowl win, Lawrence gave LSU fans a highlight reel that
throws an aerosol can into the campfire of hype heading into the
Tigers' 2019 season," analyst Chris Patterson said.
"Lawrence dominated in the win, totaling four tackles for loss
and two sacks, giving credence to the idea that he is the special
sauce for LSU's defensive front."
6-2, 241, ILB/Edge, LSU, #45- He always seems to be a step
behind #40. He will get his chance to step up this season. He has a
knack for getting through the line and pressing the QB. They will
line him up on the Edge and have him rush like an Edgerusher. He has
a nice spin move outside. He has garnered 6-sacks and 14 TFLs.
Will be a defensive leader for LSU in 2019 after having a
breakout year as a junior ... Moves inside in 2019 after starting 11
games at outside linebacker in 2018 ... Good communicator on the
field ... Moved to the “Mack” linebacker position midway through
the spring and his impact was immediate ... Tough player.
6-4, 233, ILB/Edgerusher,
LSU, #6- True junior who is likely to stay in school. Not a
big impact in passing game. He was better in 2018. He has to get
better in 2019. He can read the run quick and get outside on the off
tackle run and find the RB. Nice quick burst forward off read.
Explosive moving forward. When he finds a crack, no one gets through
it faster than him. He is a run around guy, not a take on the
linebacker that has the ability and the drive to be one of the best
to ever play the position for the Tigers by the time his LSU career
is over ... Had sophomore season cut short after just one game due
to injury ... Is fully recovered and will be back at full strength
end that seems to improve with each game ... Had breakout year in
2018 with 46 tackles and 4.0 sacks ... A key member of LSU’s
defensive front ... Big-bodied defensive end that is good at
pressuring the quarterback and difficult to run on ... Plays with a
great deal of confidence ... Since arriving on campus has shed 30
pounds ... Has played in 25 games during his career, staring 12
times ... 63 career tackles with 5.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks.
6-5, 318, #5 Auburn-
Great job working inside at arms length and catch the RB at the LOS.
He is playing so much better this season. He is finding the ball and
not just blasting off blindly. He is so good at skipping past the
ORG to slip between him and the ORT and hit the QB.
6-5, 278, DT/5-T- He
has been great running the Arc. He hit the Arkansas QB twice running
the arc so fast he went virtually untouched, which amazing for a guy
his size. He dominated the Arkansas OLT. His speed and get off is
remarkable. Nice quick swim over the ORG.
OLB/DE 6-5, 247- Nice
job setting the edge. He can put his inside hand into the chest of
the OLT and hold the outside. He will stand up to rush on 3rd downs.
He attacks the OT sometimes rather than try to run past him on
passing downs. He seems to play better on the strong side.
6-6, 190, WR Rs-Jr #9- The
Pats are going to need another big strong WR who can go up and get
the ball for Brady if they want to win the Super Bowl again. Harry
has the spectacular and can go up and make the super star play where
you say he is the best ever, and then drop the next one. Collin can
go up and get the ball like Harry but is much bigger and more steady
and consistent. He doesn’t drop the ball. Amazing at getting the
CB moving backwards and then instantly turning back to the QB for
the easy catch.
He is tearing it up. He looks like a Patriots type WR. He could go
in the 1st to the Pats if he runs as fast as expected.
6-4, 305, OL, Texas, #56-
A fourth-year offensive lineman who has played in 40 games
and started 27 in his career. Enrolled at Texas in January 2016. One
of five Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the
Parker Braun- 6-3, 300, OL,–
BrandonJones-6’, 195, FS, Texas,
#19- He will line up like an LB and blitz the edge. Nice
field speed to spin out of the rush off the throw behind him and go
tackle the WR. Excellent agility, speed, and COD. He can get into
the backfield on the run blitz and find the RB. He can get to the
side line and tackle the RB out of bounds. He’ll take bad angles
sometimes getting over aggressive.
6-3, 304, DT, Texas A&M, #52-
Appeared in all 13 games, was fourth in total tackles with
40, tallied 10.5 TFL totaling 38 yards, 5.5 sacks for 31 yards lost
and led the team with five QB hurries … registered three tackles
and a sack for an 8-yard loss against No. 2 Clemson.
Malcolm Roach- 6-3, 290, DT, Texas-
6’, 183, CB, TCU, #12- He is a small CB. He doesn’t look
6-foot tall to me. Elite feet moving backwards. Nice job using his
feet and position to slow the WR, but he is small and can be shoved
off balance by a big WR when he is in his pedal. He plays Off and
can cut off the pattern in the first 5-yards and get a little
physical. He plays better on the QB’s right. Amazing feet weaving
backward in his pedal for 15 to 20 yards. He is an amazing athlete
stops instantly at the cutoff point. He just doesn’t give room for
the QB to throw into. He can run stride for stride with the big long
Tall WR striding deep downfield. This guy is great in coverage. He
is a great athlete. I saw him as a 1st after I saw him shutdown
Hakeem Butler and almost intercept the ball on his last throw.
Started all 13 games ... his 9.5 tackles for a loss and 5.0 sacks were both third on the team, behind only 2019 first- and second-round NFL Draft picks L.J. Collier and Ben Banogu ... totaled 29 stops on the season ... had at least one tackle for a loss in seven contests ... the Horned Frogs won all four games in which he had a sack ... recorded three TFLs, including two sacks, as part of a season-best five tackles in a win at SMU ... also had five stops in a victory over Iowa State ... closed the season with sacks in consecutive games against Oklahoma State and Cal ... also posted a sack in the Southern game ... recovered a fumble in the win at
*JalenReagor- 5-11 195, WR, TCU,
#1- Runs a nice Post to get open past the marker. Then he
can split two defenders to get extra yards. He can adjust to the
badly thrown ball and tip it out of the CBs hands. Great jab step
outside to take the inside shoulder of the CB and get open deep down
junior. He has the speed to get open deep down the Seam. He reminds
me of Green Bay WR Randell Cobb. He is more dynamic with the ball in
his hands than in pattern. He can get open from the slot after
taking the big hit from the LB. He gets piss when he drops one. He
can become the DB on the bad pass and knock it down.
6-7, 328, #77, ORT, TCU-
This guy is huge. Niang is a true junior. I don’t think he
declares. He will go in the 2nd Round if he declares. He is an ORT.
Very quick off the snap. He has some suddenness inline. Quick hands
to grab shirt.
has explosion off that snap that belies his size. But then can get
too high. He has to stay and play lover. He can instantly seal the
D-end inside off the snap. I don’t know how early you can take an
ORT, but it seems earlier every year. He has the feet to play OLT,
but not the leverage. Very experienced OL who has played in 37 games
with 21 starts.
Placed second on TCU with 598 yards rushing on a 4.8 per carry average ... played in 11 games ... sidelined by injury in the final two contests of the season ... his 154 yards on 12 carries against Ohio State marked the second-best total of his career and his fourth 100-yard effort ... his 93-yard second quarter scoring run against the Buckeyes was the longest rushing play in TCU history, bettering the previous mark of 89 yards by LaDainian Tomlinson versus UTEP in 2000 and San Jose State in 1999 ... it tied for the fourth-longest play from scrimmage at TCU and was the longest play from scrimmage allowed by Ohio State in its history ... it equaled the longest rushing play for a college game at AT&T Stadium ... also had a 16-yard third-quarter scoring run to give him his first game with multiple rushing scores since he ran for three touchdowns in a 2017 victory at Oklahoma State ... added two receptions against Ohio State ... ran for a 4-yard touchdown in the 14-13 victory over Kansas State ... rushed for 95 yards at Kansas and 69 at SMU ... also had two catches at SMU ... surpassed 1,000 career rushing yards in the season opener against Southern and concluded the campaign with 1,595 for his
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cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
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