awesomeguy631 (el 14/02/15 a las 8:15 am)
what's scary is that now at age 29 can probably still run like a 4.29-4.32
bigblueowx (el 09/10/14 a las 3:54 pm)
4.2 wasn't the fastest ever...maybe at "that" combine...but dion sanders
has that record with a 4.1...next was 240lb bo jackson with a slightly
WarrenBarca (el 08/04/14 a las 12:28 am)
lolol this song is so shit
Gustav Falk (el 01/12/14 a las 7:25 pm)
what is this shitty sport lol
Ferdinand Morris (el 18/01/15 a las 2:38 pm)
Stronger (el 18/11/14 a las 3:06 am)
2:04 too fast for camera to focus
bigblueowx (el 09/10/14 a las 3:53 pm)
he runs & cuts just like a young tony dorsett
I Insult The Prophet (el 24/03/14 a las 6:10 am)
Too bad he sucks balls in the NFL cause he hasn't mastered the art of
breaking a tackle. "All Day" Peterson is a far superior back who has speed
AND has the power to break a tackle.
wavtown pes (el 30/09/14 a las 7:13 am)
is eyeshield 21
tu pac (el 22/05/14 a las 7:09 pm)
Can i become a running back?
Hey I'm 16 years old 5'9ft & 130lbs and played basketball for about a year
now but also did lots of explosive training. So I developed some ankle
strength and agility, jumping ability, speed and great acceleration.
Now I also started to focus on gaining weight and strength to be able to
absorb contact in any team sport.
But since athleticism and sprinting is my talent I'd wonder whether i could
become a running back in football and even make it to the NFL in 8-10 years
or is it too late already or are my talents not enough to make up for
Should I stick to basketball, although the doctor said i will probably only
grow like 1-2inches till I reached my adult height?
I just would like to hear some other opinions, please. So thanks!
By the way, I'm from Senegal, but grew up in Germany, so I don't watch
football or "American football" how we call it, but always was attracted to