We have a dynasty league that drafts college players into a farm system. McGuffie lasted until the 3rd and was risky at that. He should be AWESOME in college. However his running style probably won't translate in the NFL unless he matures a lot in college. He tries to hurdle people constantly and makes moves that won't shake NFL players. High School it will work 99.9% of the time. College... a fairly good amount... NFL... nah... He should be nice at Michigan. With what Rich did at West Virginia... I assume he will bring that same wide open style to Michigan. That style will fit Sam well, I just don't see him being a great pro back....
my 2 cents.
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