'20 TN RB Jabari Small

Smokeytom

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If the staff likes him, then by all means bring him in. I’m hesitant because he gets great blocking and hardly ever gets touched in his highlight tape. We need dudes who can run through arm tackles and fall forward every run. Although we also need a back with better instincts for where the running lanes will open. Maybe he’s got that in him.
 

TrippieRedd

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If the staff likes him, then by all means bring him in. I’m hesitant because he gets great blocking and hardly ever gets touched in his highlight tape. We need dudes who can run through arm tackles and fall forward every run. Although we also need a back with better instincts for where the running lanes will open. Maybe he’s got that in him.
Redshirt him, let him gain 10-20 pounds, and he could be our bowling ball back.
 

LittleVol

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Does everyone think Small is better than Elijah Young?
Not sure about everyone else, but yes. He's better by a good margin. Young is a great player too.

Small is already a 200 lbs RB. Is fast and can line up in the slot. Not really sure why he's been a 3 star this whole time. I've always thought he was a top 10 player In-State.
 

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the cut back on the 94 yarder was insane. He made that play happen.
It was right in front of me, the G and T both did a great job, and whomever came in motion and lined up as the H back made a great block also. Since Vandy sold out on the play there was no LB or Safety in sight past that hole, I was just hoping Tillman did not get a penalty running down the field with them...
 

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