Chris Stephens

Ranking The Top 10 SEC Running Backs

Created on Jul. 17, 2013 3:18 PM EST

5. Jeff Scott, Ole Miss

Ole Miss had a strong recruiting class and is looking to compete in the SEC West in 2013.

WIth a big line in front of him, Jeff Scott is going to have a lot of opportunities to make plays for the Rebels.

Last year, Scott rushed for 850 yards and 16 touchdowns. The yardage might not be great, but he clearly showed he could get into the end zone.

A lot is expected out of Scott during his senior year. If the Rebels are going to make a statement they're going to have to do it right away. Road games at Vanderbilt, Texas, Alabama and Auburn represent four of the first five games.

Taking three of four is not out of the question for the Rebels. But if they're going to do it, the running game has to get going.

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