In the times of two back systems, game changing speed, agility ; CJ Spiller has just about all that was listed. He torched the college football field this year leading the nation in all-purpose yards per game at 208. He has had some success against some pretty good defensive teams this year, with the only negative that Spiller is a product of his environment. Ive seen Lorenzo Booker who played for my Florida State Seminoles who was almost the same mold of Spiller, and you cant question his speed. Booker went to "the League" and that was it; now you don't hear his name any more . Washington who plays RB for the Jets was also in the backfield with Booker, and he has seen some success. You can compare Spiller to those guys, and that would be CJ's worst case scenario. This guy has put up Reggie Bush like numbers; yeah he's got hands too, not Bush hands, but he's got hands. The difference with these two is that Spiller runs between the tackles better than Bush . Some people were starting to question Bush's toughness, but you wont do that with Spiller; o yeah he's money on the screen. I'm talkin game money, and he's money with the toss and sweep too. Like the AP offensive player of the year; Chris Johnson, he is patient setting up his blockers looking for that cut back lane. Spiller playing on Sunday is that guy who is going to get u first downs and touchdowns 70% of the time he touches the ball. The only thing to worry about is if he can hold on to the ball, and will he use is speed to his advantage; or will his speed get him into trouble. Ladies and gentlemen, that's one gamble that is worth taking, ask any GM or Coach. Just think of him on the Bucs, he will be the second coming of Warrick Dunn, Except he wont have to do as much, except what I mentioned earlier: get first downs and score touchdowns . In my opinion, the one thing u can say about him, he is Mr. Spectular, just check him out on youtube.