Friday’s match between the San Jose Earthquakes and FC Dallas ended in a 1-1 draw with both goals being scored in the second half. There was an opportunity for FC Dallas to score in the first half, but instead it ended in a lowlight for Cristian Colman:
Kamara, once the nation’s No. 1 running back recruit ahead of Derrick Henry, didn’t see playing time as a freshman at Alabama thanks to knee surgery. After two suspensions, he transferred to Hutchinson Community College, where he became conference player of the year in 2014. At Tennessee, Kamara was Jalen Hurd’s backup until Hurd sat out the second half of the 2016 season.
Kamara brings a change-of-pace style with elite speed, acceleration and elusiveness on the edge. He creates yardage with good patience, allowing his blocks to set so he can burst through holes. He was repeatedly slammed down in the SEC, which is concerning regarding his ability to break tackles. He Cheap Softball Jerseys For Girls also has some fumbling issues, and he never carried the ball more than 18 times in a game with the Vols. He’s a willing blocker and an elite pass-catcher for third downs.
While the 2017 NFL Draft running back class has been touted as one of the best in recent memory, we might see only two runners selected in the first round.
Leonard Fournette is special, but Christian McCaffrey’s uniqueness and Dalvin Cook’s upside give both a reason to be viewed above Fournette for some teams. One also might want to get to Online Cheap Jerseys know Marlon Mack and D’Onta Foreman. Also a question mark for RBs: where Joe Mixon fits in the class.
Here are Optimum Scouting’s top 10 running backs in the 2017 NFL Draft class.