Top Running Backs in 2009 NFL Draft Betting Lines at SBG Global

2009 NFL Draft betting lines don’t have a running back getting as much attention as quarterbacks but there are definitely more quality running backs than quarterbacks in this year’s draft.

NFL Draft odds have two running backs competing to be the first back selected.  They are Georgia’s Knowshon Moreno and Ohio State’s Chris “Beanie” Wells.

2009 NFL Draft betting lines rank Moreno higher than Wells but there are people out there that believe Wells can be a star.  Moreno has the potential to be a great running back in the NFL as well. He has the size and power that NFL teams really like.  While Moreno has nice size he is smaller than Ohio State’s Chris Wells.  He is listed at 6’1 and 237 lbs.  Scouts that look at 2009 NFL Draft betting lines either really love Wells or they have serious question marks.  The scouts that love him in NFL Draft odds believe he is future All-Pro while those that don’t believe he won’t work hard and be a bust.  NFL Draft odds are definitely interesting to consider on Wells.

After the top two running backs in 2009 NFL Draft betting lines there is a definite drop but there are still quality backs available.  Pittsburgh’s LeSean McCoy intrigues some scouts in 2009 NFL Draft betting lines with his speed and breakaway ability.  Right with McCoy in 2009 NFL Draft betting lines is Connecticut’s Donald Brown.  Some people that look at 2009 NFL Draft betting lines are worried about his size and speed but he sure proved at Connecticut that he was durable. Last year he pretty much carried the ball on every other play for Connecticut.

One running back that could be a steal after the first round in 2009 NFL Draft betting lines is Iowa’s Shonn Greene.  He was so consistent at Iowa that he sometimes gets overlooked in 2009 NFL Draft lines.  Greene could be a steal for a team like Pittsburgh or New England in the second or third round of NFL Draft odds.  There are more running backs who could gain attention in 2009 NFL Draft betting lines.  Liberty’s Rashad Jennings is one of those backs.  He played at a small school but he has the size at 6’1 and 234 that scouts like.  Another complete running back is Michigan State’s Javon Ringer.  He did it all for the Spartans and would be a good selection in 2009 NFL Draft betting lines.
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