I sure do, but was comparing apples to apples on offense in which his position is running back. On defense he is very good, but still has to put in a lot of work on that side of the ball. He has a big frame and a high motor, but struggles when teams run right at him and taking on blocks. If the ball is ran away from him, that is where he succeeds with his speed and tracking the ball down.You do realize Carrico plays both ways. He's going to Ohio State to be a linebacker
When I think of Mr. Football, I just think of the most explosive and electric player on the field and for me that has been Kiner. Watching Carrico on Saturday, he runs hard, tackles well and fumbles a lot. Kiner has had 0 fumbles and all of those carries, and once again, played defense when needed which he wasn't needed but a few times.