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    ESPN-McShay Top 25 Underclassmen

    Ranking the top 25 underclassmen in college football for 2012 season - NCF - ESPN

    Carey is the third of 4 running backs on the list. TJ Yeldon (Bama) and Todd Gurley (GA) are just in front of him.

    15. Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona Wildcats
    Sophomore running back



    Carey, who ranks seventh in the FBS in all-purpose yards, is not a powerful runner who can bulldoze linebackers. That does not mean he isn't effective between the tackles, however. He doesn't miss many open creases and he excels at pressing the line of scrimmage and getting linebackers to commit to a gap before bouncing outside or cutting back. He's quick enough to get outside and he rarely goes down on contact once he gets into space.



    In addition, he's as strong on third down as he is on first and second. He is a reliable receiver who can produce after the catch, and the awareness he showed in pass protection against Stanford was impressive.
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    I give him credit for placing Carey on the list...but KaDeem's best characteristic is bulldozing linebackers. It is impossible to take down the kid & his YAC is ridiculous.
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    Carey is a special talent and he beasted all season for the CATS.

    When I read that description, LaDainian Tomlinson comes to mind. Not to over overwhelmingly big, but has great footwork and good vision with a good deal of physicality upon tackles. Can't wait to see him next season.

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    he keeps his center of gravity low and his legs moving at all times. you can't teach that, he's going to do special things here and on sundays.

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