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Posted by SunDevil4Life on December 03, 19 at 13:31:35:

In Reply to: EB is 5-10, 210 lbs. That's a prototype NFL RB posted by Big Ron on December 03, 19 at 13:00:15:

Respect your opinion Ron. I just disagree. And for the kid's sake, I hope I am wrong if he chooses to leave.

Prototype? Not sure exactly what that is. Not an expert on NFL except the eye test. I have seen Eno as low as the 25th running back to be taken in the 2020 draft.

Not sure about that 210lb number you tossed out. His in season weight is around 195, and he is barely 5'10". From what I see around the LEAGUE, not prototype, but doesn't mean he can't play in the league either.

Zach Moss is more "PROTOTYPE". 5'10" - 222lb.

BTW, your concern about his offensive line may or may not be an issue depending on who we get in the portal. If you recall, he got his 1600 yards last year with 2 NEW transfers, seniors in their final season. More of those guys are out there, and I'm guessing if he stayed, Herm would make sure we find them.

Bottom line, wish the kid the best. Just hate to see kids go out early and flame out when they aren't ready, don't get that last year of college/experience/team, etc and bounce around on practice squads for a year or 2 years.

Shoked that Ballage has lasted this long in the NFL, and good for him. But recall, he was going to come out his JR year and he wisely stayed an extra year. (not that he had a great last year, but his body, mind, etc was an extra year ahead)

I can see if you are a phenom, come out early. But RB's, even the REALLY good ones still fall to the 2nd and 3rd rounds. The non-phenoms often go undrafted.


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