Sounds like his skills fit perfectly as a Spur or Bandit
He's a bowling ball. If he's a defensive player at all (and I don't think he is), then he's an inside 'backer. There's no way he's going to be playing a safety-type position.
Edit: Double post
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Haven't heard anything about him playing defense. I'd be cool if he was at least willing to play either O or D, and good that he has experience playing both too.
But....He didn't start RB until the 3rd game of the season last year(Junior year) so maybe that was the problem against your team, but he was an All-Conference LB his Sophomore year with 100 tackles, and had 100 tackles his Junior year
The last RB turned LB didn't work out too well for UM.
But one of the guys who made the switch before him (Ian Gold) did.
Him play live against Sainaw Heritage, the game where he broke Mark Ingram's single game rushing record. Yes, he is a very solid defensive player but make no mistake this kid is a RB. Problem is with him and Ingram coming out was they have no talent at all..like the worst line in the state. i really believe that when he is put around talent and gets a line for the first time he will blow people away like ingram. He would be a 4 star at least on a real team. its sad that he had to play behind a line like that but players like him get a chance to prove themselves in college. aboslute steal if he goes makes it in. LOVE the way this kid runs.
actually had a good line. Probably the only time in SWA history.
Ehh you might say not horrible but i definetly would not say good. The fact he had to break about 3-4 tackles every play says otherwise. The game i seen him play, i failed to see some sort of o-line. But either way rawls had zero help. He will be a great player.