Brandon Jacobs
RB | (6'4", 267, 4.62) | Southern Illinois

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Selected by: New York Giants
Round: 4
Pick (Overall): 9(110)
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Overall: Jacobs started out at Coffeyville Junior College before transferring to Auburn in December, 2002. He played in all 13 games in a rotation with Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown in 2003 and finished with 446 yards on 72 carries, but when Williams and Brown elected to both return for their respective senior season, Jacobs decided to transfer to Southern Illinois (DI-AA) so he could play in 2004 rather than sit out a year at a different DI-A school. As a senior at Southern Illinois in 2004, Jacobs finished with 992 yards and 19 TD's on 150 carries and eight receptions for 83 yards. Jacobs is a phenom in terms of his physical skills. He has extraordinary size and very good speed and athleticism for his size. However, he does not have the explosiveness or the elusiveness of a starting NFL running back. Jacobs has limited experience and lacks versatility ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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