You wanted a little Dawg porn this morning? Okay.

Somebody asked for an Elijah Holyfield pic.

Man, those upper arms are yuuge.

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37 responses to “You wanted a little Dawg porn this morning? Okay.

  1. Rp

    I read that he works out with his dad so…yeah.

  2. No, we asked for Elijah pics, not pics of Real Deal in his prime. Please edit.

  3. Cojones

    There was another one on Dogbone yesterday that showed those guns ready to punish tacklers. Wouldn’t it be a helluva note if Crowder and Herrien pan out to run with Douglas?

    Here’s hoping those Holyfield guns prove to be leading another hard-charging Dawg runner through the hole.

  4. Brownesman

    Thank you Senator. Dawg porn at its finest!

  5. DankJankins

    He looks more real deal than the original “Real Deal”.

  6. Jared S.

    I think his upper arms are bigger than my thighs.

  7. JCDAWG83

    I hope he ends up being good, we need some rb depth. Once the pads go on and the hitting starts we’ll see how good these freshmen really are.

    • 83dawg

      Yep.

      I have no idea how he will do. Watched him play several times on tv the last couple of years (keep an eye on my old high school when I can).

      Runs a lot more like Michel than Chubb, has really quick feet and elusiveness in the open field. Tries to slide along the line if the hole isn’t there looking for cutback. Will pop it outside (a little too often IMHO) Can stiff arm. Thing is, I don’t think i ever saw a game when he wasn’t about the fastest guy on the field and he could just run right by anyone. Have no idea what he will look like vs SEC size and speed.

      On the down side, he doesn’t know much at all about running a route out of the backfield, and I don’t remember him ever being held in the backfield for blitz pickup. Will also need to secure the ball much better in SEC.

      On the bright side of ball security, never fumbled in his entire HS career. Of course, he never got hit from behind either, so…

      We will see.

      • Dawgwood

        Same here. Woodward ’00

        • Red Cup

          I watched him the last 2 years from my post on the WA chain crew. He ran over some overmatched DBs who tried to tackle him in the secondary. Not sure he has the lower body strength of Chubb but he is a very good RB. Wouldn’t be suprised if he became 2016’s version of 2014 Chubb.

      • JCDAWG83

        I eat lunch with a guy who played for Dooley and went on to play for Baltimore. He says the step from high school to college is the biggest step as far as adjustment to size and speed. A 4 or 5 star high school player may not face another player with his physical ability more than 2 or 3 times in their whole high school career. They are usually not only the best player on their team, they are quite often the best player on the field on either team. When they get to college, most of the time they are not even the best player at their position.

        High school stud running backs are usually fast enough to outrun the defense to the sideline and turn up field for a big gain. They don’t have to have patience to wait on the blocking to develop or to have the vision to see the hole and/or cutback lane, their speed is their weapon. At the SEC level, the linebackers are as fast as the running backs. I hope he turns out to be another great one but as someone once said “they all look good in shorts and helmets”.

      • Faulkner

        If he was on my WA team in the 80’s he would have run right through me and not felt a thing.To this day I’m amazed at how much bigger high school football players are.

  8. BowlDawg14

    Anixious to see if he has a Gurley-like stiffarm technique. If he does…those guns are gonna shove defenders THRU the turf!!

  9. Go Dawgs!

    Before the year is out, there’s going to be a linebacker parallel with the ground after catching a stiff arm from this kid, like that poor bastard from Vanderbilt that tried to take on Herschel.

  10. Nate Dawg

    Eggh…I mean that’s what I look like when I put on my helmet too so….
    hahaha! Go Dawgs!

  11. BigD

    Apparently the “best” of Evander didn’t run down his leg when he fathered this one.

  12. Lee Luckey

    What is the sponge like covering on some of the GA Helmets?

  13. I like to see a defensive player or 2 get knockdown out of their senses by the boxer-RB hybrid while trying to defend the rushing Evander (apologies for my auto correct), oops I meant Elijah. A stretch arm may feel like a hit by a southpaw, LOL.

  14. doofusdawg

    Noticed in the practice videos that the rb order is #27,#22,#30,and #13. Crowder’s legs are ever bit as impressive as Holyfield’s arms. Looks like we are going with those four in the rotation until Sony gets back.

  15. Chi-town Dawg

    I pitty the fool who has to tackle him 1 on 1 in open field;-)

  16. Otto

    Thank you Senator

    Please just promise me you won’t sell out to big blogging like Bernie, and the Grit Tree with the addition of Terrapin selling out, I’m just not sure I could take it🙂

  17. Sh3rl0ck

    Here are his Senior highlights. Reminds me of Thomas Brown but with a little more wiggle.

    • Charles

      Those are much more impressive than I would have expected based on the relative lack of hype for this guy.

  18. Alcohalic Genius

    These are the days of Elijah
    Declaring the word of the Lord, yeah
    And these are the days of Your servant, Moses
    Righteousness being restored

    Say, behold He comes, riding on the clouds
    Shining like the sun, at the trumpet’s call
    Lift your voice, it’s the year of Jubilee
    Out of Zion’s hill, salvation comes

  19. For another piece of Dawg Porn, it looks like the black jerseys are back officially, and we’ll wear them once per season at Kirby’s discretion.

  20. 92 grad

    Late last fall when the RB woes began to sink in it was strange how no one seemed to realize that this young man was coming. Yes, there are unknowns surrounding plenty of positions, but the kids coming in are the real deal, if you will……

  21. Got Cowdog?

    They don’t call us Tailback U for nothing.
    Big armed QB and a stable of backs, fetch me some more Kool-Aid.