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April 12, 2011
Why spend a first round pick on a running-back? Every year this question pops up and generates some interesting discussions in the draft community. The mainstream view is that you can find a very capable back in the mid to late round range who can be as productive as a first round prospect. Hard to argue with that since the top two rookies in rushing yards during last season (TB LeGarrette Blount and NO Chris Ivory) weren’t even drafted.
So here we are with a weak RB class where even the consensus top prospect at the position, Mark Ingram, has doubters who question whether he deserves to hear his name called on the first day of the draft. So why not talk about a mid round prospect who has a lot to offer to the running game of whatever team he falls to?Let’s talk about Syracuse RB Delone Carter.