LA Football Debate: LA’s Best Running Back Of 2022

Vote Now! Who Was The Best Running Back In LA Last Season?

The Los Angeles football scene boasts several talented running backs across its teams. The LA Rams, LA Chargers, USC Trojans, and UCLA Bruins each have a standout player in the backfield. But who was the best last season? Vote Below!

Who Was LA’s Best Running Back Last Season?

NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams
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Cam Akers

LA Rams

Cam Akers has shown flashes of brilliance in his short time with the Rams. Despite facing injuries, his combination of speed, power, and elusiveness makes him a dangerous weapon on the field. He finished the year strong, showing flashes of his potential as the lead back. When healthy, Akers has the potential to be one of the top running backs in the league.

NCAA Football: UCLA at California
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Zach Charbonnet

UCLA Bruins

Zach Charbonnet has made a significant impact with the UCLA Bruins after transferring from Michigan. His hard-nosed running style and ability to break tackles have made him a force in the Bruins’ backfield. Charbonnet’s impressive performance has turned heads and solidified him as one of the top running backs in college football now as a Seattle Seahawk.

NCAA Football: California at Southern California
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Travis Dye

USC Trojans

Travis Dye has quickly established himself as a key playmaker for the USC Trojans. The transfer from Oregon brings a blend of speed, agility, and receiving skills that make him a dangerous weapon on the field. As a dynamic, versatile running back, Dye has the potential to make a significant impact on an NFL team in the future.

Austin Ekeler

LA Chargers

Austin Ekeler has consistently been a dual-threat running back for the Chargers. Known for his ability to catch passes out of the backfield, Ekeler’s versatility makes him a valuable asset to the Chargers’ offense. His impressive skill set has earned him a reputation as one of the best all-around running backs in the NFL and the touchdown leader for the past two seasons