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Jashaun Corbin aims to dominate behind improved edge blocking in 2019

August 6, 2019
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It’s not a stretch to predict Texas A&M running back Jashaun Corbin could lead the Southeastern Conference in rushing this football season.

Well, actually it is. That’s because Corbin, with his sharp cutting and explosive burst combined with projected improved blocking on the edge, figures to be extremely successful on the stretch play.

“I think he's a stretch,” A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said about Corbin during the TexAgs Kickoff event. “I think he's a one-cut guy, he's downhill.

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Jashaun Corbin aims to dominate behind improved edge blocking in 2019

4,694 Views | 3 Replies | Last: 10 mo ago by Matthew__99
Agsuffering@bulaw
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Does Corbin have the frame to carry the ball 244 times next year?
war hymn aggie
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As far as potential goes, we are stocked with a good stable of RB's. I hope that we can use at least 3 in a rotation in which the starter gets about 60-65% of the touches & the others get 35-40% of the rest.

Keeps the corp fresh, optimistic & motivated for the ones that are talented enough to see the field.

Hope one or 2 of these backs displays some home-run potential like T-Will had in his career. It's very tough to consistently move the ball on SEC defenses, so having a RB with some big-play potential will help immensely..
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