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Terry Wright and Jarrett Burgess should play larger roles, as should Jared Sparks, who moved from quarterback and showed promise with 11 receptions for yards and a touchdown in six games.
However, Burgess and Sparks are not expected to participate this spring. Building the unit this spring is important, but the Boilers welcome a talented set of receivers from the recruiting class as well. Among this group is Rondale Moore, a four-star prospect from Kentucky.
And Brohm has a great track record for getting the ball to his best players. Moore won't take part in spring practice, but he's definitely someone worth keeping an eye on when he does arrive on campus. Kory Taylor also has the size and athleticism to make an immediate impact. Purdue has great depth at running back. Markell Jones and D.
Knox form a solid one-two punch, and are among the top six rushers from last season and top four on the running back depth chart expected to return. Jones missed three games, but still led the team with rushing yards and carries last season, although he found the end zone just once. The 5-foot, pound rising senior has more than 2, rushing yards to his credit, and has scored 15 touchdowns on the ground.
He set a career high with yards on the ground in the win over rival Indiana. Knox saw action in every game, and ranked second on the team with 90 carries and rushing yards. Built like a bowling ball , , Knox ran for yards one yard shy of a career high and a score in the Foster Farms Bowl victory over Arizona to end the season on a high note. Richie Worship, a pound bulldozer, who led the team with three rushing touchdowns, and rising junior Tario Fuller 6.
Fuller led the team with yards and two touchdowns through the first three weeks of the season, but was sidelined with an ankle injury the rest of the way. Unfortunately, both Worship and Fuller are scheduled to miss spring practice, as are offensive linemen Grant Hermanns and Shane Evans. Follow him on Twitter NicholasIAllen. Skip to main content. Purdue Boilermakers Spring Football Preview.