ACC Position Rankings: Top 10 running backs entering 2015

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Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Logan had a very solid season splitting carries out of the backfield at North Carolina. He accumulated 582 yards and three touchdowns on 119 carries. The junior took advantage of the opportunities presented to him and proved he can take on a larger role in this Tar Heels’ offense.

He, unlike many running backs on this list, is known for his pass-catching ability, catching 26 passes for 144 yards in 2014. Having a dual-threat running back helps the offense even more, as the defense will have to worry about containing the back whether it be on a dump pass or a rush.

The reason he is not higher on this list is that he will be splitting time with Elijah Hood; both running backs are very talented, but Logan is the more reliable back – whether it be running the ball or receiving. Hood rushed for 259 yards and four touchdowns in his freshman year. He will likely not see as many carries as Logan, but in the next year or two, could develop into a top running back in the ACC.

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