The SEC has long been a league defined by its defenses, but over the last few seasons, the teams have had some monstrous running backs as well. Alabama's Derrick Henry is listed at 6-foot-3, 238 pounds, and runs like a freight train. Georgia sophomore Nick Chubb is a load to bring down at 5-foot-10, 220 pounds. It sounds like we can probably add Tennessee's Jalen Hurd to the list. Butch Jones discussed his tailback's size at today's SEC media day.
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Hurd picked up 899 yards and five touchdowns on the ground in 2014, and added 221 yards and two touchdowns receiving out of the backfield. If Tennessee takes a leap this year, as many expect, Hurd should be a big reason why.