Will we ever see a back come close to that 4,000 career yard mark again?
The only way it would happen is if you got a guy like a Fournette who comes in as a true freshman and starts and dominates playing time from day one put up over 1,300 per in three years before he goes pro. It would have to be three incredible years instead of four really good ones, because that guy would leave before he got to 4,000. Honestly, barring injury, if we get Fournette here I'd bet he'd pass Harvey at least and push that top group.
The committee thing is a non issue when we have a feature back...Miles has ridden a few guys since he's been here and all have gone over 1,000. It's up to one to stand out, like Hill this year.