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Runners are out of the running, but it’s not because the NFL hasn’t given them the benefit of the doubt.
Runners have been running their way to the top of the league.
And while it might be a bit early to make such a statement, a few running backs have done it in the past.
Here are some running backs who have run their way up the ranks of the NFL.
Dede Westbrook The Texas A&M running back has been one of the top players at his position.
Westbrook is the second-leading rusher in the country behind Texas A.&M’s Arian Foster.
He also leads the nation in rushing yards.
And he is the only player in the nation to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season.
Westbrook won the Heisman Trophy in 2015.
Jonathan Williams The former LSU star was a consensus top-10 player in his first season as a starter for the Bulldogs.
He rushed for 2,058 yards, 16 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.
He has the best receiving total in school history, with 542 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns.
Arian Franklin The Georgia linebacker has taken his talents to a new level with the Atlanta Falcons.
Franklin has rushed for 3,722 yards and 21 touchdowns in seven seasons.
He is the team’s leading rusher with 1,922 yards, and ranks sixth in the SEC.
Tyron Smith In his first two seasons as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, Smith has rushed 3,856 yards and 17 touchdowns.
He led the league in rushing in 2015 with 4,814 yards and 22 touchdowns.
Ryan Anderson The Alabama wide receiver is one of college football’s most dynamic players.
Anderson was a Heisman Trophy finalist and one of four players in the league to record 100 catches.
He ranks third in the conference with a career-high 859 receiving yards.
James Conner The Arizona State defensive end is averaging 8.4 sacks and 16 quarterback hurries per game this season.
Conner ranks sixth among defensive ends with 14 sacks.
Derrick Henry The Michigan defensive end leads the conference in sacks with 19.
He finished with the best total in FBS history with 20 sacks, second in tackles for loss (13.5) and fifth in tackles per game (4.6).
He is averaging 12.4 tackles for a loss per game and leads the league with 12.5 sacks.
Tre Mason The Alabama defensive end has a career rushing average of 6.6 yards per carry.
Mason is fourth in the NFL in total defense with 105.5 yards per game.
Christian McCaffrey The Heisman Trophy winner was one of just three players to rush in double figures for 100 yards or more in a game for the Cardinal in 2015, finishing with 431 yards rushing.
He was also a first-team All-American and was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Year.
Jalen Ramsey The Utah quarterback has completed 64.2 percent of his passes for 2 and a half touchdowns this season, a number the second player in school annals to have a touchdown passing efficiency of over 60 percent.
David Wilson The Ohio State linebacker leads the Big Ten with eight sacks, the fifth-most by a Buckeye in a single season.
Wilson is also tied for fifth in the FBS with 11.5 tackles for losses per game, tied for eighth in quarterback hits and is tied for second with seven quarterback hurrahs.
Marcus Allen The Stanford defensive end was the Heisman finalist for the third time in four years.
He won the 2017 and 2018 national championship with the Cardinal.
Johnathan Franklin The Alabama running back is one-and-done with the Cleveland Browns this season after spending most of his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He’s averaging 7.4 yards per rush for the season, fifth-best in the Big 12.
David Yankey The Clemson running back was one the top offensive players in college football last season with 1.3 yards per touch, second-best all-time.
He leads the SEC in rushing with 1 in 14 carries, and he leads the ACC in yards per attempt with 3.0.
Christian Jones The former Alabama defensive tackle was named to the All-ACC second team in 2018.
Jones was one to four players with at least 20 tackles for the second consecutive season.
He recorded 1.5 for a sack and five quarterback hurriys.
David Williams The Georgia running back had one of his best seasons in 2017, finishing second to Foster in rushing attempts (1,764) and receiving yards (826).
He was second in the ACC with a touchdown receiving average with 8.0 yards per catch and fourth in touchdown receptions (two).
Dontari Poe The Georgia receiver has had his best year of his life this season with nine