Dobbins burst onto the scene as a freshman in 2017, taking the starting job from fellow back Mike Webber and compiling over 1,400 rushing yards and 7 touchdowns. His Sophomore year, he still out-touched Webber 230 to 172 on the ground, but was nearly a full yard worse in Y/A, as indecisiveness and injuries led to a middling campaign. But he saved his best for last in his Junior season in 2019, clearing 2,000 yards rushing and finishing 6th in the Heisman voting.
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