Nathan Tilford
Running BackRB
Arizona Wildcats
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Tilford saw limited opportunities last season, rushing 13 times for 121 yards and two scores. He's slated to start the year as the No. 2 back behind J.J. Taylor, who's likely to get most of the touches along with quarterback Khalil Tate, although given Arizona's run-heavy offensive style, there should be plenty of carries for Tilford. With the departure of Nick Wilson and Zach Green at running back, Tilford could be in line for a breakthrough season in 2018, especially when taking into account a promising first season, and his background as an elite recruit. What's more, Tilford's size advantage over Taylor could net him more goal-line carries than his backfield counterpart. Read Past Outlooks
Cleared from running back responsibilities
September 17, 2018
Tilford has fallen out of the running back rotation due to inconsistency, Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star reports.
Tilford was expected to be a major part of Arizona's rushing attack this season, but after three games he has yet to see any carries. It could be because of a change of coaching staff in the off-season, but head coach Kevin Sumlin said that Tilford hasn't been as consistent or playing as well as the other options in practice. The main backs for the Wildcats so far this year have been J.J. Taylor and Gary Brightwell.
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