legacy2224 wrote:"He's a midget - 5'6" and 181 lbs - he will probably be a good return man but he's too small to withstand much of a pounding over the season at RB, even if it is just a few carries (eg - see Q Griffin)"
Since when do you have to be a giant in the nfl to be successful?
There's two guys over six feet in the top ten rb's.
lack of size is made up for by speed and elusiveness ever hear of barry sanders? he was 5'8.
I went to K-State where Sproles played at....He's not big in sive but the guy benches 400lbs and squats a rediculous amount. I'd love to see him get a shot, but behind the best RB in the game its going to be tough. Don't forget that college athletes are just as big as NFL players.