Friday, November 5, 2010

FBS MVP Candidates-RB Edition 5

RB Candidates for the Bilo All-American Team

LaMichael James, Oregon
James should be the frontrunner for the Heisman. As I have it projected, Oregon will finish undefeated, not Auburn and Cam Newton. James is a huge piece of the amazing season that the Ducks are having on offense.

Kendell Hunter, Oklahoma State
Hunter has been the key piece to the OSU offense that has gone highly unnoticed because of the exploits of Blackmon at WR and Weeden at QB. He is a Sunday calibur back.

Bilal Powell, Louisville
Powell is a little banged up, but he has been carrying the Louisville offense. He has busted 1000 yards, and his next step is getting to double digit TDs.

Chad Spann, Northern Illinois
When the Huskies started out horribly, they started just getting the ball to their best player, Spann. Since then, NIU has rolled off 7 straight wins, and they look like the favorite to win the MAC. They have also busted into the PRS top 20.

Jordan Todman, UConn
Todman has been the one constant on an otherwise bumpy at best offense. Todman can follow in the footsteps of Donald Brown and play on Sundays.


John Clay, Wisconsin
Daniel Thomas, Kansas State
Bobby Rainey, Western Kentucky
Ed Wesley, TCU
Vai Taua, Nevada

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