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NFL Combine RB analysis

Fargas the new No. 1 RB?

Here's a more intense look at the running backs and fullbacks who performed at the combine on Friday and Saturday of last week. Only nine of the 32 invitees performed in front of scouts at the RCA Dome.<p>

USC's Justin Fargas blew everyone away. He is fast, but watching him jaunt the 40 yards on the sidelines you could also see the power in his legs. After running so well Fargas did not take part in any of the drills. Quentin Griffin also looked good running and catching the ball. Oklahoma's explosive little back displayed great footwork in all the drills, immediately cutting back... Recommended Stories

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