32, Julius Crosslin, RB
So., 5-11, 250, Amarillo (Palo Duro), TX
Crosslin was moved to running back from fullback and he took off during the spring. He has tremendous strength and power to run through would-be tacklers, and his best display of it came in a mini-scrimmage the final week of spring when he rushed for 118 yards on just nine carries, including a 48-yard run to set up a touchdown. He was consistent throughout spring and provides a bonus in a one-back formation as he has fullback blocking skills.
Player Analysis: Julius Crosslin
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