Top 10 Offensive Players of the Saban era | TJ Yeldon (): From the start of his first game against Michigan, it was pretty obvious TJ Yeldon was going to be special for the Crimson Tide. Yeldon would go on to put up 3,816 all purpose yards (3,322 rushing, 494 receiving) and 39 total touchdowns (37 rushing, 2 receiving) during his tenure at Alabama (2012-2014). Also, while at Alabama, TJ was part of 2 SEC Championships, 1 CFB Playoff Appearance, and 1 BCS National Championship. He also made one of the most iconic plays in Alabama football history, which came against LSU in 2012 in the closing minutes of the game. Yeldon caught a screen from quarterback, AJ McCarron, and took it the distance with 51 seconds left to cap off a tremendous drive, which is known as the "Death Valley Drive." Yeldon is currently on the Jacksonville Jaguars where he is starting to gain a significant role as a running back!
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