10 greatest running backs in Penn State football history

Penn State has a remarkable history of dominant running backs, but these 10 stood out amongst the rest in program history. With D.J. Dozier and Ki-Jana Carter on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot, where do those legends rank?
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. Curtis Enis. . 1995-97. Curtis Enis. . Curtis Enis. 9. player. 491

Curtis Enis needed just three seasons in Happy Valley to climb to No. 2 on the all-time rushing list, though he has since been bumped to No. 6. In 1997, Enis amassed 1,578 all-purpose yards and 20 touchdowns. He finished fifth in Heisman Trophy voting, was named an All-American, and became the fifth overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft. 

For his career, Enis averaged an extremely efficient 5.8 yards per attempt and 8.9 yards per reception. A knee injury broke his NFL career to a premature end in 2001.