Somewhere I read a discussion about whether Auburn, with Brown, Williams, and Campbell, had the best backfield ever in college football. The basic argument was that with 2 top 5 (most likely in the NFL draft) quality backs, few teams, if any, could match them. As I've mentioned before, I happen to have all the NFL draft data from 67 onward. I thought it would be interesting to compare, so I looked up all the teams that had two top 10 backfield picks in either the same year or 1 in each successive year. Once those year(s) were identified, I looked up all backfield positions (within the first 250 picks) and the result is listed in the attached file. I have no idea if Campbell will be drafted or not and what round if he is. Even without him being drafted, this is a uniquely talented group. However, if I were ranking, I would probably prefer a QB/RB combo over 2 RBs that are not always on the field at the same time.