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Name: Amir Rasul (Transfer from Florida State)
College: Middle Tennessee     Number: 34
Height: 5-10   Weight: 207
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.53
   40 Time: 4.60
  40 High: 4.68
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Height: 5101
Weight: 207

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Amir Rasul, Middle Tennessee, Player News


  They aren't strangers to college football and the stringent offseason workout routines that allow them to handle the wear and tear of a season. Both have played plenty of major college football, Pettaway spending four seasons at West Virginia and Rasul four years at Florida State. That experience factor was one of the reasons head coach Rick Stockstill and running backs coach Jeff Beckles were excited to get them to Murfreesboro, not to mention their physical attributes. "Amir, with his speed, we want to get him on the perimeter. He's a guy who came up in the track system, and when you get him in space, he's hard to bring down," Beckles said.

"Martell, he's done some big things in some big games. He transferred here from the Big 12 and has gone over 100 yards there a couple of times. He's been under the lights in the big stadiums and has done it, and we're hoping that carries over here and he can show guys that when we get into the stadium, this is how we react." Going through matt drills in January was maybe more exciting for Rasul and Pettaway than it would be in a normal year. Though they were a little winded at first, getting back into football shape really wasn't that tough, according to Rasul. "We had to go through matt drills and conditioning first, but after that, it's been pretty simple," he said. "We've been playing football forever, so you never lose it." - Middle Tennessee Football


(DS#999 RB) rSr/2022 RB Amir RasulMiddle Tennessee
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