Reggie Corbin
Running BackRB
Illinois Fighting Illini
2019 Fantasy Outlook
The speedy Corbin joined a fairly exclusive 1,000-yard rushing club last season, becoming the first Illini running back to reach the mark since Mikel Leshoure back in 2010. His season becomes even more impressive when considering the rushing attack accounted for 59.7 percent of the team’s offense last season, thanks to a lack of reliable passing attack. Corbin worked extremely efficiently, averaging 8.48 yards per carry, and added another 176 yards as a receiver out of the backfield. Without a clear upgrade at quarterback, Corbin should be heavily relied upon again in 2019. Read Past Outlooks
Solid effort in finale
RBIllinois
November 26, 2018
Corbin notched 78 rushing yards on 13 carries and added four grabs for 22 yards during Saturday's season finale against Northwestern.
ANALYSIS
Corbin has clearly established himself as the lead back for the Illini, having amassed 100 or more rushing yards on four separate occasions this season. He finished the year with 1,085 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on 128 totes and should head the team's backfield next season assuming he returns to Champaign.
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Good to go for finale
RBIllinois
November 24, 2018
Corbin (ankle) will play Saturday against Northwestern, Jeremy Werner of 247Sports.com reports.
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Appears to aggravate ankle issue
RBIllinois
Ankle
November 19, 2018
Corbin appeared to reinjure his ankle early in Saturday's game against Northwestern, Big Ten Network reports.
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Expected to play Saturday
RBIllinois
November 17, 2018
Corbin (foot) is expected to play Saturday against Iowa, Steve Batterson of the Quad-City Times reports.
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Out for game with foot injury
RBIllinois
Foot
November 10, 2018
Corbin will not return to the game Saturday against Nebraska due to a foot injury, Jeremy Werner of 247Sports.com reports.
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Expected to return in second half
RBIllinois
Foot
November 10, 2018
Corbin (foot) is expected to rejoin the action in the second half of Saturday's game against Nebraska, Jeremy Werner of 247Sports.com reports.
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