Last week, Mike Miller of Hoosier Sports Report posted the Indiana Football two-deep that was in the 2018 media guide. Take their position break down very lightly, fall practices haven’t even started so those will change. This running back room is manned by a great coach in Mike Hart and a couple backs that have some experience under their belt. Outside of those people, the room is filled with young backs that have serious potential, and under the new redshirt rules, could see some action this year while still receiving a redshirt. I will break down who I see starting, who I see getting consistent reps, and who I see getting playing time while saving the redshirt.
Indiana Media Guide two-deep: Morgan Ellison or Cole Gest, Mike Majette
Starter: Morgan Ellison
Getting Reps: Ricky Brookins & Cole Gest
Play in four games then Redshirt: Ronnie Walker Jr. & Stevie Scott
Darkhorse: Kristian Pechac
At the end of the day, look for Ellison to be the workhorse with a couple of the other backs sprinkled in here and there for pass plays or specific packages. You’ll notice that I didn’t mention Majette. I am not a fan of his play-style and he has been plagued by injuries in his career. I hope he surprises me, but I see a lack of explosion and shiftiness when compared to the other backs. Nobody has the in-game experience quite like Ellison and I expect him to have another good year, hopefully even better behind a line returning all five starters.
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