Yep. If he wanted to be a linebacker he would have gone to the litany of SEC schools that recruited him as such. This likely signals a change in what we're going to be doing schematically. Whether you like the terminology or not Robert, he's going to be a "Superback" in our offense. I could see almost a Jon Davis-like usage at tight end, fullback, slot, and even a little in the backfield especially in short yardage situations.