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Not Only is Trent Richardson the best running back in this year’s draft class, he is the best prospect at this position since Adrian Peterson Entered the league in 2007.
The skill level of the former Alabama running back is as varied as I have seen in a long time. He can dominate between the hashes, throwing would be tacklers aside and breaking off numerous long runs.Richardson’s low center of gravity makes him a major threat against smaller linebackers and safeties jumping the box to stop the run. He has amazing field vision, always looking a couple yards ahead and thinking of his next move before the defenders have an opportunity to adjust.
Initial Contact after hitting the line of scrimmage wont bring Richardson Down a majority of the time. Instead, he forces teams to stack the box and defenders to swarm to him. This causes major concerns in the passing game, especially if Richardson is playing with a capable quarterback and passing...
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The University of Alabama will produce a two-hour National Signing Day Show on TideTV that can be viewed from 9-11 a.m. on RollTide.com and beginning at 11 a.m. on WVUA. Alabama head coach Nick Saban will then wrap up the day's proceedings with a press conference at 4 p.m. in the Naylor Stone Media Room.