Is LT the best RB of all time?

Is LT the best RB of all time?

But there’s no doubting L.T. has secured himself a place in the Pro Hall of Fame after he retires. He holds the one record in which all running backs aspire: career rushing yards (18,355). Smith is also first all-time in carries and rushing touchdowns (164).

Who is the best high school running back ever?

14 of the greatest single-season RB performances in high school…

  1. John Giannantonio, Netcong (now-defunct, Netcong, N.J.), 1950.
  2. Derrick Henry, Yulee (Yulee, Fla.), 2012.
  3. Ken Hall, Sugar Land (now-defunct, Sugar Land, Texas), 1953.
  4. Kazmeir Allen, Tulare Union (Tulare, Calif.), 2017.

Who is the top 5 running backs in NFL history?

The fans’ top 5 best NFL running backs of all time

  1. Jim Brown. Jim Brown isn’t only considered one of the best players of all time, he’s also considered one of the toughest.
  2. Barry Sanders. Barry Sanders was perhaps the most elusive running back in NFL history.
  3. O.J. Simpson.
  4. Walter Payton.
  5. Gale Sayers.

Which running back had the best vision?

Running Back Vision – Outside Zone

Player RBV Score-OZ Vision-OZ
Michael Warren II 63.93 66.67
Darrynton Evans 61.73 85.19
J.J Taylor 60.61 62.5
AJ Dillon 60.49 62.5

Who broke Herschel Walker’s high school record?

Derrick Henry
ATLANTA — Add another record to Derrick Henry’s haul. The Alabama junior broke the SEC mark for rushing yards in a season Saturday in the SEC Championship. He got the record late in the third quarter with a seven-yard run that pushed him past the 100-yard mark.

Who has the most rushing yards in high school football history?

His highlight reel is just three minutes of him knocking guys over. Henry holds all sorts of records, including the national mark for career-high school rushing yards (12,124) originally set by Ken Hall of Sugar Land, Texas, in 1953. His senior year yardage and touchdown totals are also Florida state records.