Before he was moved from Quarterback to Tight End back in August, #10 D.C. Jefferson was given a number of snaps lining up behind team captain Ryan Blaszczyk. The following short video that I took at the Scarlet-White Game at Rutgers Stadium on April 18, 2009 is my visual evidence supporting number 10 as a candidate to run the Wild Knight at some point this year. Though I won't be able to see the game, I'd love to hear that he tried it at least once against the Black Knights this Friday at West Point.
With Mohamed Sanu, D.C. Jefferson, and Jabu Lovelace all having the ability to run the Wild Knight and experience as passers, there should be a lot of ways that we can keep defenses off balance for the rest of the year. With Jefferson, Savage, and Sanu all being so young, and with Sanu and Jefferson both playing totally new positions this year, even if it doesn't all gel in 2009, the possibilities for 2010 and 2011 seem awesome.