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2015 ODB Community Projections: RB Shock Linwood

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Next up on our list is #32 on your roster and #1 in your heart: RB Shock Linwood.

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So I found out yesterday that my beloved Sports-Reference charts apparently don't work anymore on SB Nation.  I was really upset before I remembered they were just stats and I can get them just about anywhere.

Before we get going, I need to clarify something that came up yesterday: you don't have to list the categories we're projecting in your post.  You just need to put the stats themselves.  I didn't say anything about it yesterday because it's not really a problem, per se, but I wanted to let everyone know.

Today's Projectee is RB Shock Linwood, who enters his redshirt junior year at Baylor as the #9 rusher all-time for the school after a breakout year as a sophomore that saw him tote the rock 251 times for 1252 yards.  His full stats for his Baylor career:

Rushing G Att Yards Yds/Att Long TD Yds/G
2013 12 128 881 6.9 68 8 73.4
2014 13 251 1252 5.0 46 16 96.3
TOTAL 25 379 2133 5.6 68 24 85.3
Receiving G Rec Yards Yds/Rec Long TD Yds/G
2013 12 4 19 4.8 15 0 1.6
2014 13 7 90 12.9 29 0 6.9
TOTAL 25 11 109 9.9 29 0 4.4

Like last year, we're going to go ahead and include receiving stats with Shock, just for the heck of it.  Who knows, maybe this will finally be the year our added practice emphasis on dump-offs actually manifests itself in-game!  Here's what we need for Shock:

ATT / YARDS / TDS / RECEPTIONS / YARDS / TDS

Please do it in this format, so it's easier for us to scrape later.  Again, KEEP ALL DISCUSSION IN THE DISCUSSION FANPOST.

Happy projecting!