Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Things Looking Good In Aggieland

Over the last three seasons Michael has rushed for 3,925 yards and 74 touchdowns while catching 48 passes for 550 yards and six TDs. His stellar career did not go unnoticed. He was selected to represent the West squad in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Michael is what I call a five-tool back – he has tremendous vision, changes direction, runs with power, is a proven pass receiver and will block. The Aggies lost starting tailback Mike Goodson to the NFL draft, and short-yardage specialist Jorvorskie Lane just finished his senior campaign. This leaves Texas A&M with only one back on the roster with more than 200 yards (Cyrus Gray). I expect the Aggies to have one of the best one-two punches in the Big 12 next season with Gray and Michael.

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