What happened to the number one RB recruit from 2010-2016?

2010: Michael Dyer. 2 seasons for Louisville. Undrafted in 2015 NFL Draft, signed with the practice squad for Oakland Raiders in 2015 (never played a game in NFL). Currently Dyer is a RB for Cedar Rapids River Kings (indoor football).

Source: 247sports.com

2011: Isaiah Crowell. 1 season for Georgia, 2 seasons for Alabama State. Undrafted in 2014 NFL Draft, signed with the Cleveland Browns in 2014. 4 seasons for Browns, 1 season for Jets. 77 games (51 games started), 880 rushing attempts, 3,803 rushing yards, 27 rushing touchdowns, 117 receptions, 922 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown. Currently a free agent.

Source: 247sports.com

2012: Jonathan Gray. 4 seasons for Texas. Never played in NFL or made a roster due to two Achilles tendon tears.

Source: 247sports.com

2013: Thomas Tyner. 2 seasons for Oregon (2013-2015), 1 season for Oregon State (2017-2018). Never played in the NFL. Did not play in 2015 & 2016 seasons due to a shoulder injury.

Source: 247sports.com

2014: Leonard Fournette. 3 seasons for LSU. 4th overall pick in 2017 NFL Draft by Jaguars. 3 seasons for Jaguars, 1 season for Buccaneers. 1x Super Bowl Champion (2020), 2x top-10 rushing yards (2017 & 2019). 49 games (39 games started), 763 rushing attempts, 2,998 rushing yards, 23 rushing touchdowns. 170 receptions, 1,242 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns. Currently RB for Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Source: 247sports.com

2015: Damien Harris. 4 seasons for Alabama. 87th overall in 2019 NFL Draft (3rd round) by Patriots. 2 seasons for Patriots. 12 games (10 games started), 141 rushing attempts, 703 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns. 5 receptions, 52 receiving yards, 0 receiving touchdowns. Currently RB for New England Patriots.

Source: 247sports.com

2016: Miles Sanders. 3 seasons for Penn State. 53rd overall in 2019 NFL Draft (2nd round) by Eagles. 2 seasons for Eagles. 28 games (22 games started), 343 rushing attempts, 1,685 rushing yards, 9 rushing touchdowns. 78 receptions, 706 receiving yards, 3 receiving touchdowns. Currently RB for Philadelphia Eagles.

Source: 247sports.com

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