Since his arrival at Mississippi State in 2006, Christian Ducre has been the perfect compliment to Anthony Dixon in the Bulldogs backfield.
The six-foot, 220-pound senior has helped MSU put together one of the strongest seasons running the football in school history. The Bulldogs have rushed for...[details]
The good: He displays nice power and tackle-breaking ability, which - combined with his size and running skills - allows him to run inside and outside. He has a big frame and good strength. He can be a downhill runner when he plays with proper pad level and uses his big frame as a battering ram. He has shown good receiving and blocking skills.
The bad: Lacks top speed. Suffered a severe knee injury in 2006. He runs in a straight-up style that gives defenders a shot to get into his body.
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