JCFootball.com: Top Running Backs (Updated)

SEATTLE - In our effort to continue to focus on some of the top JUCO performers at each position, today JCFootball.com adds to our list of top running backs and how they have fared so far this year...

Jones RB Lavoris Powell - Powell, a sophomore, had a huge game last week in a 38-24 win over Holmes where he totaled 24 carries for 205 yards and four touchdowns and hauled in three catches for 51 yards and two more scores.

Hartnell RB Alvin Jelks - The talented sophomore back continues to put up big numbers, racking up 128 yards and two touchdowns in a 25-6 win over Los Medanos.

Modesto RB Aaron Fields - In three games, Fields has posted 338 yards and one touchdown including last week's 60-20 win over Gavilan in which he posted 66 yards on eight carries and had two scores.

Reedley RB Joshua Andrews - In four games, Andrews has been outstanding posting 432 and four touchdowns including 160 yards and a touchdown in Reedley's 76-44 loss to West Hills.

North Dakota State College of Science RB D.J. Fuller - The talented runner has 428 yards and four touchdowns for the Wildcats this season using his compact 5'10", 210-pound frame to break tackles and move the pile.

Arizona Western RB Damien Williams - Last week, in a dominating 58-13 win over Pima, Williams was practically unstoppable, posting 182 yards and three scores. For the season, Williams has carried the ball just 96 times for 838 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Hutchinson RB Deveon Dinwiddie - In a win over Fort Scott last week, Dinwiddie had a big game, posting 135 yards and two scores for the Blue Dragons. On the season, the talented freshman has 426 yards and seven touchdowns.

Iowa Central RB Jontel Clayton - Clayton has been a real force for Iowa Central so far this year, posting 763 yards for eight touchdowns in five games including last week's 22-14 win over Joliet that saw him rush for 128 yards and a touchdown.

Orange Coast RB Dominic Betts - Betts continues to put up huge numbers this season, posting 908 yards and 10 touchdowns including last week's 190 yard, four touchdown effort in a 38-17 win over San Diego Mesa.

Grand Rapids RB Devin Jarrett - The 5-0 Raiders are off to another great start and one of the reasons why is because of Jarrett, a freshman tailback, who has rushed for 505 yards and 12 touchdowns in just four of those games.

Bakersfield RB Jalen Sykes - Sykes has been solid so far this year for the Gades, posting 452 yards and two touchdowns including a 113 yard effort last week in a loss to Mt. San Antonio.

Kilgore RB Vinnie Moore - The sophomore tailback has been impressive this year for Kilgore, posting 518 yards and three touchdowns, including a 148 yard, one touchdown effort last week in a 22-17 loss to Navarro.

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