Texas A&M Aggies: Adam Lane
- Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel said it 'Would be nice' to get drafted about the Dallas Cowboys, but he hopes he doesn't last that long during tonight's NFL draft.
- Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray and former LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger share similarities on their way to the NFL.
- Former Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews' greatness started at home.L
- With recruiting over, LSU running backs coach Frank Wilson is eager to coach standout running back Leonard Fournette.
- Despite a less-than-exciting junior season, former South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has been a game-changer at every level.
- Former Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix made a late pitch to the Philadelphia Eagles on the eve of the NFL draft.
- Athlete Jacob Parker accepts preferred walk-on offer from Alabama.
- Missouri coach Gary Pinkel says 'There's some pouting going on still' when it comes to the Mizzou-Kansas rivalry.
- Former Missouri offensive lineman Max Copeland has transformed himself into a fullback, in hopes of finding a 'patch of grass' in the NFL.
- Sophomore defensive lineman Jason Carr is transferring from Tennessee.
- Ryan Black of the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer projects Auburn's receiver depth chart coming out of spring practice.
- Florida coach Will Muschamp expresses his excitement for redshirt freshman running back Adam Lane.
- Former Florida safety Dorian Munroe is launching a new comedy-drama called 'Crew.' The idea is to blend 'Entourage' with 'Friday Night Lights' and 'Girls.' Here's the show's Facebook page.
- Former Kentucky linebacker Avery Williamson is excited and nervous about tonight's NFL draft.
- Mississippi State wrestles with a get-tough schedule plan.
- Arkansas defensive end Trey Flowers is looking to take the next step in his plan with Bret Bielema.
College football prognosticator Phil Steele continues his look at the top depth charts around the country. Today, we're looking at his top running back depth charts .
Steele has three SEC teams on his list, with Georgia taking his top spot. Alabama is No. 2, while Texas A&M is 14th.
It's hard to argue against having Georgia No. 1. The Bulldogs bring back the top one-two rushing punch in Todd Gurley, who led SEC running backs with 1,385 yards and 17 touchdowns, and slasher Keith Marshall. The duo combined for 2,144 yards and averaged 6.3 yards per carry. There isn't much behind these two, but they did just fine with the majority of the carries last year.
As for the Aggies, they're also very deep at running back. Leading rusher Ben Malena (808 yards) is back, and he'll be working with some younger but very talented teammates. Brandon Williams, who transferred from Oklahoma, has the potential to be very special. Then you have Oregon transfer Tra Carson and sophomore Trey Williams. There is a lot of speed and athleticism in Texas A&M's running back stable.
I'd also keep an eye on Florida, LSU and Ole Miss this fall. The Gators will be led by sophomore Matt Jones, who had a very good spring and should pick up right where Mike Gillislee left off. He'll also get help from redshirt junior Mack Brown, who left spring as the No. 2 back, and freshmen Kelvin Taylor and Adam Lane. Taylor had a good spring and Lane should come in and help right away.
LSU might have made Steele's list if Jeremy Hill wasn't suspended from the team. Hill's recent arrest has his future at LSU in doubt, but if he plays this fall he'll be one of the league's best. Kenny Hilliard and Alfred Blue are nothing to sneeze at. Both have shown flashes in the past and Blue should be healed from a knee injury that cost him most of his 2012 season. Losing Hill will really hurt, but the Tigers have a solid duo in Hilliard and Blue to work with.
Ole Miss returns rushing leader Jeff Scott and a talented bunch of youngsters. Scott is a solid all-purpose-type back, while sophomores I'Tavius Mathers and Jaylen Walton came on strong late last year and this spring. True freshman Mark Dodson will get his chance to see the field as well after a strong spring.
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