Running Back Film Notes: East-West Shrine Game

Lennon Creer - Louisiana Tech

The following notes of note are snippets that were taken at live practices, practice tape and game tape. Ourlads NFL Scouting Services studied over 600 players from seven college all-star games. The East-West Shrine Game: Davin Meggett (Maryland) – 5081, 220. Runs with good balance and lower body power. A third down type back. Has some shake in space. Alfred Morris (Florida Atlantic) – 5101, 222, hands 10 1/8”. Runs with good balance but question his vision to read the inside seams. He may be better as a downhill I-formation back. Average hands. Ball security problems. Tauren Poole (Tennessee) – 5097, 206. Possesses good running skills and hands to catch check downs. Third down type back. Quick reactions from his eyes to feet. Lennon Creer (Louisiana Tech) – 5116, 222. Strong inside runner who has the speed to bounce the ball outside and run the edges. Catches the ball well out of the backfield. Bobby Rainey (Western Kentucky) – 5070, 208. Better as an I-formation downhill runner. Sees cutback lanes better standing up in the I. Has some shake in space after he catches the ball. Marc Tyler (Southern Cal) – 5106, 230. Is a powerful inside and outside zone runner with good body lean. Runs with his pads over his toes. A two down type back with inconsistent hands. Emil Igwenagu (Massachusetts) – 6012, 245, arms 33”. Utility H-back type player. Has good hands and can adjust to an off target pass. Runs hard after catch. Can catch and block.

Emil Igwenagu - Massachusetts

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