Negatives: Frail build, not a great runner between the tackles... Better at making people miss than shedding tacklers, defenders have been able to drag him to the ground... Inexperienced pass blocker, struggles with blitz pickup... Hasn't been asked to run a lot of routes of the backfield... Inconsistent hands, drops some easy balls... Has had a few small injuries, nothing serious though... Minor character concerns after being suspended for the first game of the 2010 season for a domestic violence charge during the offseason."
James is having an even better sophomore season as the Ducks are aiming for a BCS National Championship. James is one of the favorites to take home the Heisman Trophy. If Oregon keeps winning and James keeps being a dynamic rushing threat (on the most explosive offense in the nation), he could be the third sophomore to win the Heisman in the last four years. In six contests, James has carried the ball 134 times for 971 yards and 11 touchdowns -- that is an amazing 7.2 yards per carry. In Oregon's offense, it is very difficult to stop James' quickness and speed.
How well that translates into the NFL is a different story. Despite the high carry numbers, James is not a between the tackles rusher. At 5-9 and 185 pounds, he lacks the size to carry the ball 25 times per game. However, he is an explosive playmaker and a first round talent who can make plays with his legs once he gets a little space. In the right offense, James could be a star. James could come back to Eugene for two more years, but right now he looks like a first round pick; he is three years out of high school, so he will be eligible for the draft after the 2010 campaign."
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