As you probably know by now, former Toledo Rockets running back Kareem Hunt is good.
The Chiefs newest weapon already has 609 rushing and 166 receiving yards to go along with 6 total touchdowns. About the only thing he hasn't done (yet) is throw for a score.
To locate the next Kareem Hunt, we focused on seniors at non-Power 5 schools. We also looked for running backs that are similar to Hunt's 216 pounds and 5' 11" frame.
And remember, the Chiefs snagged Hunt with the 86th overall pick in the third round, so one of these running backs could be quite the bargain in next April's NFL Draft.
The 220-pound, 5' 11" running back runs away from defenders like Hunt but will also not hesitate to lower the boom on defenders.
The senior running back's 993 rushing yards are only a dozen behind last year's total. He's currently on pace after six games of eclipsing Hunt's season-high 1,631 yards rushing in 2014.
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Rose took the Sun Belt by storm after rushing for 1,102 yards and 9 touchdowns his freshman season and 1,651 yards and 14 TDs the following year.
After seeing his productivity dip to 865 yards behind center a year ago, Rose III is once again on pace for a 1,000-yard season.
Part of the reason for his decrease in yards is due to an Aggies passing game led by Tyler Rogers. The senior has already thrown for 2,113 yards through six games, and NMSU has often had to play from behind, thus the reliance on the passing game.
With only conference games left on the Aggies' schedule, expect Rose III to exceed the 15.1-carries-per game he's currently averaging.
Typically known more for its passing game over the years, Saint Juste's 892 rushing yards are quickly closing in on last season's 1,006. He's averaging 6.2-yards-per attempt and has topped the 200-yard mark twice this season.
And just like Hunt, Saint Juste has incredible breakaway speed.