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Indiana RB Jordan Howard: Is He a Better Prospect Than Tevin Coleman?

“If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” Put a different way, if a 230 pound back runs for 1,500 yards in his age 20 season and then his program is quasi-disbanded, did that performance still happen? This is the existence of Indiana running back Jordan Howard, who has been a stud since 2013, first at UAB and now at Indiana. As the successor to Tevin Coleman, Howard currently leads the nation in rushing yards and is gaining some buzz in advance of this weekend’s showdown against Ohio State. Let’s take a look at Jordan Howard’s career compared to Tevin Coleman and this weekend’s foe Ezekiel Elliott. I think there’s a significant NFL Draft storyline unfolding before our eyes.

Jordan Howard vs. Tevin Coleman

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By Jon Moore | @HelloJonMoore | Archive

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