With the 2019 college football season over and all underclassmen having made their decisions, it is time to start prepping for your annual devy drafts. It is never too early to start looking ahead to get an edge on your leaguemates in order to dominate your leagues. In the second part of this series, we look at the top ten running backs in my 2021 running back rankings. This class isn’t getting as much hype as the 2020 class, but after digging a bit deeper it has some very nice prospects that need to be rostered in all of your devy leagues. Click here to see part one, an early look at the 2021 Quarterbacks.
1. Chuba Hubbard, RB Oklahoma StateAs of now, it looks like we might have a three-way battle for the top spot of the 2021 running back class. Edging out for the number one spot right now is Hubbard. He exploded onto the scene in 2019 with over 2,000 rushing yards, over 20 rushing touchdowns, and added another 23 catches for 198 yards. Hubbard is an incredible athlete and uses his blend of speed and acceleration to be a real home run threat. Along with good vision and upside in the passing game, he is my top running back for next year.
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