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Lindsey Lamar | Running Back

Team: South Florida Bulls
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 185

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USF senior RB Lindsey Lamar will miss the remainder of the season with a broken collarbone.
Lamar led the team in rushing with 475 yards despite only receiving 66 carries. The senior was one of our favorite sixth- or seventh-round running back porpsects, but hopefully a full recovery occurs in time for Lamar to participate in the predraft process. Lamar had a nonsurgical procedure to set the collarbone. Mon, Oct 29, 2012 09:09:00 AM

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USF senior RB Lindsey Lamar continues to make the most of his touches.

Lamar is averaging 5.4 yards per carry on route to 220 yards. Also, the senior has nine catches for 115 yards and five total touchdowns. However, Lamar has not recorded more than 16 touches in one single game, including two games of zero touches and four touches. The scat back is extemely quick and can get lost between the tackles or outrun defenders on the edge.
Fri, Oct 19, 2012 09:16:00 AM

USF senior RB Lindsey Lamar will "definitely" play Saturday against Nevada, according to head coach Skip Holtz.

USF coaches had planned on redshirting Lamar this season, but a significant injury to Marcus Shaw has forced the senior onto the field. Holtz said that Lamar is excited to play, but that redshirting was the back's decision in the first place. Lamar will likely be the primary backup behind Demetris Murray.
Wed, Sep 5, 2012 12:25:00 PM

USF senior RB Lindsey Lamar has dramatically altered his frame in the offseason, adding 20 pounds and now stands at 5'9/185 pounds.

Lamar took a back seat to the departed Darrell Scott last year and served as a change of pace back while doing most of his damage as a returner and receiver. After winning the Big East's 60 meter indoor title, Lamar feverishly worked in the weight room in order to bulk up and run between the tackles. Offensive coordinator Todd Fitch says Lamar has always been a "physical runner... so this will add a little more punch to him." Lamar claims to be even more explosive than before, but time will tell if he truly has not lost any speed.
Source: ESPN
Thu, Jul 19, 2012 12:57:00 PM