Wednesday, July 13, 2005

CFB's Best Fullbacks








The forgotten position, very few teams really use a fullback anymore. The short yardage demon, powerful lead blocker, and the sure hands out of the backfield. Here are the country's best fullbacks.



1. Quadtrine Hill, Miami- Great receiving option out of the backfield for Kyle Wright.
2. Brandon Hancock, USC- Missed last year, will add more strength to an already loaded backfield.
3. Matt Bernstein, Wisconsin- Bullish ball carrier, will form a great combo with tailback Brian Calhoun.
4. Rashon Powers-Neal, Notre Dame- Good lead blocker that could thrive in Weis's offense.
5. JD Runnels, Oklahoma- Hardly used to his potential in the Sooner offense.
6. Roshon Vercher, Fresno State- Similar to former Bulldog and Pro Bowler Lorenzo Neal.
7. BJ Dean, Florida State- Florida State always seems to have a great fullback.
9. Brandon Schnittker, Ohio State- Responsible for opening up holes for a lackluster running game that needs improvement.
10. Lawrence Vickers, Colorado- "V-Back" could play more tailback this year.

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