Central Florida has a recent tradition of riding a workhorse tailback for the season, but this fall could feature a two-pronged approach. In the spring game, Storm Johnson and Latavius Murray both ran with the first team. Johnson rushed for 33 yards and a score on five carries while Murray had nine carries for 67 yards.
If either back can separate and earn more carries, then he could be worth some consideration, but you always have to be wary of a tandem rushing attack. I would imagine Johnson gets the bulk of the rushes while Murray is more often utilized as a receiving threat.