ACC Position Rankings: Top 10 running backs entering 2015

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Brandon Radcliff quickly emerged as Louisville’s best running back in 2014, finishing the year with 737 yards and 12 touchdowns. With Michael Dyer off to the pros, Radcliff should have an even larger impact on offense – Dyer had 110 carries as opposed to Radcliff’s 161.

Louisville will rely on Radcliff to take a large increase in workload which only helps his value. Radcliff could very well eclipse 1,000+ rushing yards this upcoming season, as he is a very efficient running back (5.1 yards-per-carry).

Radcliff did not do as well in the passing game, only catching six passes for 84 yards. However, he does have some promise to develop into a solid passing back, which would only skyrocket his value.

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