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IMO guys, the competition for our starting FB spot next year will be the most intense. Kerridge has the experience and blocking, Shallman has the power game, size, and athleticism, and Houma has the speed factor and catching out of the backfield element. Do guys think we'll see FB by committee depending on the situation in the game or do you think one guy separates himself. IMO, its Shallman's job to lose cause he has all the elements needed to be a stud FB. The only thing with Shallman is he thinks he's coming in to run the ball. We all know if you're playing FB, your touches are limited and are an unsung hero. I just think with his size and athleticism, he gives us the best option at FB. I'm excited to see who wins that battle.
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Shallman was not recruited to play FB.
Yes, we all know that but we all know that's where he fits.
I think he only ends up at DE if FB doesn't work out. Don't see that happening
The original post is misguided, because Shallman should redshirt and not be a factor next year.
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