Todd Gurley
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Georgia Bulldogs
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Georgia: Todd Gurley Will Declare for NFL Draft
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Knee
December 26, 2014
Gurley will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft, his head coach Mark Richt confirmed to Seth Emerson of the Macon Telegraph.
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This is one of the least surprising declarations for the Draft we will see, as it would have taken a visit from three Georgia-loving ghosts to get Gurley to stay after a miserable junior year. Gurley started 2014 as the top running back in the mock drafts, but could now fall to the second round after tearing his ACL against Auburn. Richt said Gurley's rehab is "going beautifully," so the running back's physical at the combine could make or break his prospects as a first round pick.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2013
2014
Gurley is quite possibly the most talented running back in the country. Although he's built like a tank at 6-foot-1, 232 pounds, Gurley possesses excellent flexibility and balance and has the athleticism to go the distance on every play. It certainly doesn't hurt that he also displays excellent vision. Although he'll lose about 10 carries per game to fellow top talent Keith Marshall, Gurley is the clear goal-line back for a high-powered Georgia offense that returns its entire starting offensive line. Gurley's 1,385-yard, 17-touchdown rushing debut probably is his floor in 2013.
Perhaps no running back in the nation poses a more intimidating combination of size and speed than Gurley. At 6-1, 232, Gurley has the size and strength to pummel even SEC defenses and the burst and speed of a runner 30 pounds lighter. He even established himself as one of the nation's elite receiving threats last year, making his all-around game impeccable. Although an ankle sprain robbed him of more than three games last season, he still totaled 989 yards (6.0 YPC) and 10 touchdowns on the ground with 37 catches for 441 yards (11.9 YPC) and six more scores. He should get leaned on even more this season as Georgia breaks in a new quarterback.
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Georgia: Todd Gurley Suffers Torn ACL
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Knee
November 16, 2014
Gurley (knee) suffered a torn ACL Saturday against Auburn, Joe Schad of ESPN reports.
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Georgia: Todd Gurley (Knee) Likely Out For Season
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Knee
November 16, 2014
Gurley (knee) will likely miss the remainder of the season, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
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Georgia: Todd Gurley (Knee) Leaves Game
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Knee
November 15, 2014
Gurley (left knee) exited during the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Auburn, 247Sports reports.
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Georgia: Todd Gurley To Start Saturday
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November 10, 2014
Gurley is listed as Georgia's starting tailback for the game against Auburn this week, the Associated Press reports.
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Georgia: Todd Gurley Out 2 More Games, Returns Nov. 15
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Suspension
October 29, 2014
The NCAA issued a ruling Wednesday that Gurley must sit out a total of four games for accepting more than $3,000 for autographed memorabilia over the last two years. Gurley, who has already served two games of the suspension, will be eligible to return to action Nov. 15 against Auburn.
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