Miami Dolphins could find consistency in Iowa State’s Breece Hall
Iowa State running back Breece Hall is the staple of consistency when it comes to the running back position. In the course of his college career with the Cyclones, Hall set the NCAA record with 24 straight games with rushing touchdowns. That’s a testament to Iowa State’s commitment to the run and Hall’s talent.
Aside from that record, Hall set a plethora of other rushing records during his college career. In the Big 12, Hall’s stamp on the record book includes being in the top 10 of rush attempts, rushing yards, rushing touchdowns, plays from scrimmage, yards from scrimmage, touchdowns from scrimmage, and touchdowns
At 6-foot-1, 220 pounds Hall is a big back who has 5.5 yards per carry on his career. His junior season also included career highs in receiving yards and receptions, proving his worth as a serviceable pass catcher.
Hall would give the Dolphins a physical back that would be able to give the game yards on early downs and likely be a three-down back. Compared to Walker, Hall has a total of 718 carries in three years which could bring up questions on his durability at the next level. Then again, Jonathan Taylor carried the ball over 300 times multiple seasons at Wisconsin and is dominating in the NFL.