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Penn Preps Top 5 - Mid-Penn Conference RB'S

Penn Preps names the top five running backs coming back for the 2016 season in the Mid-Penn Football Conference

Penn Preps names the top five running backs coming back for the 2016 season in the Mid-Penn Football Conference.  We did take into consideration that there are players that share carries (for example, Susquehanna Township has Trael Seegars and Silas Pope sharing carries during the 2015 season).  

We will update this list after week five.


Mid-Penn Division: Keystone

2015 Stats:249 carries for 1,501 yards and 19 touchdowns

Cleezy's Quick Take:  Jones produced big-time in his first year as a starter and will be looked upon to help quarterback Tayvon Bowers lead an offense that will be inexperienced at the wide receiver position.  Expect Jones to look faster this year and remain tough to tackle.


Mid-Penn Division: Capital

2015 Stats: 122 carries for 1,203 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Cleezy's Quick Take: Williams has averaged around 1,200 yards rushing per year since he started as a freshman.  With quarterback Mike Shuster gone due to graduation, Camp Hill is going to need even more production out of one of the fastest backs in the state.  Expect Williams to impact games as a running back, receiver, kickoff and punt returner.


Mid-Penn Division: Capital

2015 Stats: 128 carries for 1,132 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Cleezy's Quick Take: Thompson is still a bit under the radar on a statewide level but has the talent to change all of that this upcoming season. 


Mid-Penn Division:Keystone

2015 Stats: 230 carries for 1,238 yards and 11 touchdowns

Cleezy's Quick Take:  Johnson had a strong season for a Red Land team that struggled during the 2015 season. 


Mid-Penn Division: Capital

2015 Stats: 179 carries for 1,338 yards and 14 touchdowns

Cleezy's Quick Take: Neely staked his claim as one of the best newcomers at the running back position after a successful sophomore season. 

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