2020 COLLEGE FOOTBALL RUNNING BACKS WATCH LIST

TRAVIS ETIENNE, Clemson: Travis has back- to- back 1,500 yard seasons and is college foot walls active leader with 4,038 yards and did ACC record 56 touchdown.

CHUBA HUBBARD, Oklahoma State: Led college football with 2,094 yards, the first cowboy to top 2,000 since Barry Sanders.

NAJEE HARRIS, Alabama: 13 touchdowns in his first season as a starter.

KENNETH GAINWELL, Memphis: He is the first player since 1997 with 100 rushing yards and 200 receiving yards in the same game.

JOURNEY BROWN, Penn State: rush for 100+ yards in four of the last five games, including 200 in the Cotton Bowl.

KYLIN HILL, Mississippi State: Ranked third in the SEC with 1, 350 yards.

JAVIAN HAWKINS, Louisville: Led college freshman with 1,525 yards.

JARET PATTERSON, Buffalo: Rush for a school record 1,799 yards last season.

CJ VERDELL, Oregon: back – to – back 1,000 yard seasons.

KENNEDY BROOKS, Oklahoma: Led the conference in yards per carry at 6.55 and is aiming for his third consecutive 1,000 yard season.

MOHAMED IBRAHIM, Minnesota: Ran for 140 yards in Minnesota’s Outback Bowl win against Auburn.

TREY SERMON, Ohio State: Took advantage of an injury to Master Teague last season and will be Ohio State’s top running back this season.

RAKEEM BOYD, Arkansas: Has led Arkansas in rushing for two straight years.

POOKA WILLIAMS, Kansas: Has consecutive 1,000 yard rushing seasons for the Jayhawks.

ISAIAH SPILLER, Texas A&M: Rush for 946 yards and 10 touchdowns as a true freshman.

KEAONTAY INGRAM, Texas: He is the first Longhorn with consecutive 700 – yard seasons since 2014.

ZAMIR WHITE, Georgia: Will take over for D’Andre Swift. Showed promises and his 92 – yard effort against Baylor.

BREESE HALL, Iowa State: Had a team best 897 rushing yards in 2019.

LARRY ROUNDTREE III, Missouri: Has rushed for more than 2,700 career yards.

MICHAEL CARTER, North Carolina: 1,000 yard rusher in 2019 and averages 6.03 yards per carry.

TYLER GOODSON, Iowa: Will look to build off of a fantastic freshman season.

BRENDAN KNOX, Marshall: Topped Conference USA with 1,387 yards and 11 touchdowns.

CHARLES WILLIAMS, UNLV: rush for 1,257 yards and scored 11 touchdowns in his first season as a starter.

GEORGE HOLANI, Boise State: The conference freshman of the year after rushing for 1,000 yards in 2019.

STEVIE SCOTT III, Indiana: 845 yards in 10 touchdowns in 2019.