The Jay Graves Report

Why the Ben Davis’ Running Back Corp is the best in the Business! “Walkin’!”

Johnny Adams walkin' on these boyz! All photos: TheJayGravesReport

Everybody’s got duns that can tote the rock but not everybody’s got an arsenal of weapons like the No.1 Ben Davis Giants. Most schools have, maybe, one cat that can get down. It’s rare to find schools that could stretch to have two that can walk but NOBODY has three that could start just about anywhere. Well playboy…that’s what is happenin’ on the west side and that’s NUTS!!!!

They’ve got the INCOMPARABLE Johnny Adams startin’! He sounds like a boy with his own show on the Las Vegas strip and if they had a running back show out there he would be the headliner. Then there’s a toss up between the duns comin’ out of the bushes on a boy. There’s the other senior Joey Person and then there’s the junior Delbert Mimms.

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! I’ve been watchin’ boyz tote the rock all of my life and have yet to see a cat look as good as Johnny Adams with the ball in his hands playa. First of all, he looks the part. He’s 5’11” 195 lbs., yoked up like a brick house, runs like a gazelle, can change directions like a bobcat and is as fast as a cheetah. Once we get off of the cosmetics and the speed he’s as strong as a bull and smart enough to understand where to run with that joint even in traffic. His vision is nuts comin’ out of the backfield.

I’ve never seen a kid stick his foot in the ground like Johnny Adams does. For the homies that don’t understand what that means. When a running back gets the rock goin’ east and west in the backfield at some point they’ve got to plant their foot and turn it up field to go north and south. It’s called stickin’ your foot in the ground bruh. Johnny Adams darn near puts a hole in the ground doin’ it. His change of direction is amazin’!!!

Let me put it where the goats can get it. When ole boy has the ball in his hands there’s always the potential that he can pop it. The dun’s rushed for 1,344 yards on just 129 carries! That’s 10.4 yards a crack bruh with 16 touchdowns! Are you kiddin’ me?

Delbert Mimms doin’ work!

Then you’ve got Delbert Mimms comin’ out of the bushes with 534 yards on just 51 carries with 4 touchdowns!!! Do the math playa!! That’s 10.5 yards per carry. They must have been eatin’ the same diet because he’s 6′ 200 lbs. but he’s a year younger. Mimms is as strong as a bull and has the speed to go the distance too.

Joey Person is not playin’ with these boyz either. He’s the scat back that you can’t see until he’s runnin’ past you at 5’9″ 187lbs. He’s rushed for 347 yards on just 54 carries averagin’ 6.4 yards a pop with 8 touchdowns.

Joey Person studded out bruh.

So let’s put it all into perspective. You’re showin’ up to play a team that’s got the best all-around offensive player in the state in Reese Taylor at quarterback where he’s put up 2,683 yards and 35 touchdowns in the air and another 604 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground. You’re already drinkin’ out of the fire hydrant dealin’ with him and then three cats jump out of the whip behind him ready scrap too.

That’s another 2,225 yards and 28 touchdowns from cats comin’ out of the ride after Reese has already dismantled a boy. You can stand on the roof and holler that you’ve seen better but you’d be lyin’! You’d be that dude that just wants to go the opposite direction because everybody else is in the ride in agreement.  Well…I’m not that dude nor do I want to be. This running back corp is the best in the business and I feel sorry the duns that have to deal with ‘em on Friday nights. Stop me when I start lyin’!

Playas Thesaurus: 

1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.

2) Tote the rock: verb phrase – to run the football

3) Comin’ out of the bushes: verb phrase – to come off of the bench

4) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.

5) Ole boy: noun – the person that I’m currently talkin’ about.

6) Whip: noun – luxury car

The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”

The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!