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[MEDIA:31106]Who's Number 1 in the South?

Who is number 1 RB in the South? When talking about opinions, there is no right or wrong answer, but we're asking the question anyway. Here are three of the top candidates in the South for the coveted title of <B>"#1 RB in the South"</b>. Watch these videos, and tell us who you think is #1.

Who is #1?

That is the question that keeps message boards fueled up and running. There is no definitive answer. It's all speculation and left to the eyes of the beholder. The fact that there is no right or wrong answer will not stop fans from debating their opinions for days, weeks, sometimes years about who is the best, Barry or Emmitt, Miami '01 or Nebraska '95, Wuerffel or Manning? The list goes on and on.

Today, we are asking you the question. Who is number 1? Who is the top back in the South this year? After watching the enclosed video, we're all going to have our opinions, and we're all going to be right, or wrong. Odds are that these three guys will choose three different schools. Each group of fans will claim they got the best running back, and each of them will be right, and wrong.

Isn't recruiting fun?

Here are the three early candidates for top back in the South for the Class of 2003, listed alphabetically.

Kregg Lumpkin

  • Stone Mountain, GA - Stephenson
  • 6-1, 195, 4.38
  • Junior Stats - 269 rushes for 2,088 yards, 25 TDs

Ernie Sims

  • Tallahassee, FL - North Florida Christian
  • 6-1, 225, 4.49
  • Junior Stats - 164 tackles, 12 sacks, 41 tackles for a loss, 7 caused fumbles, safeties - 82 rushes, 790 yds, 9.6 yds/ carry, 17 TDs

Demetris Summers

  • Lexington, SC - Lexington

  • 6-1, 210, 4.5

  • Junior Stats: 2300+ yards and 38 touchdowns

Once you've watched them all, hit our Message Boards and discuss who you think should be the #1 guy in the South!

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