Top 10 Running Backs: Northeast Conference

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Now that the regular season has come to an end, we at JCFootball.com have started to look at the top 10 performers at each position in each JUCO conference and today we take a look at the top running backs in the Northeast Conference...

1) Louisburg RB Rasheed Williams - Williams had a huge season for the Hurricanes, posting 1,320 yards and 20 touchdowns in 10 games this season. Williams is getting attention from schools from all over the country and now that Louisburg's season is over, things should start picking up on the recruiting front.


2) Lackawana RB Antonio Brown - Brown, a sophomore, had a solid season for the Falcons rushing for 692 yards and six touchdowns in eight games.


3) Dean RB Andre Williams - The freshman tailback has a very good season for the Northeast Football Conference Champs, rushing for 640 yards and eight scores in eight games.


4) Nassau RB Jamaal Jackson - Jackson used his outstanding quickness and vision to rush for 700 yards and six touchdowns during his freshman season.


5) Erie RB Deonta Winstonn - Williams isn't very big, but he played a large role in Erie's offense this season, rushing for 528 yards and four touchdowns.


6) ASA RB Isiah Moody - With his low center-of-gravity and great vision, Moody put up solid numbers this season at ASA, posting 521 yards rushing and two touchdowns in eight games as a freshman.


7) ASA RB Kadeem Willis - Willis as the "thunder" to Moody's "lightning" this year in ASA's offense. The talented freshman used his 6'2", 220-pound frame to punish opposing defense, totaling 428 yards and four touchdowns this season.


8) Hudson Valley RB C.J. Jones - As a freshman, Jones had a solid season for the Vikings, rushing for 406 yards and four touchdowns while also hauling in 12 receptions for 211 yards.


9) Lackawanna RB Lorenzo Taliaferro - Taliaferro is a physical running back who rushed for 379 yards and three scores in nine games for the Falcons this season.


10) Lackawanna RB Harry Williams - Williams was the third of the Falcons' three-headed monster in the backfield this season, contributing 298 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman.

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