Blake Corum has been almost unstoppable so far through six games. He has 901 yards rushing with 13 touchdowns this season.

PFF ranked Corum as one of the best running backs from Week 7. Him and Donovan Edwards dominated Penn State on the ground. Corum had 166 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns against the Nittany Lions. His play earned him a grade of 89.6.

Ole Miss’ Zach Evans (88.9), Duke’s Jordan Waters (85.3), and Texas’ Bijan Robinson (84.6) were the top 4 running backs from Week 7 according to PFF.

Corum is also now the highest-graded running back in the country by PFF with a 92.6.

Corum has been crucial to Michigan’s success on the football field this season. The Wolverines’ first ranked win was on Saturday and they’ll need to continue playing this way to challenge Ohio State for the B1G East.

The Michigan RB might even put his name in the Heisman Trophy conversation if he keeps on playing like this. We’ll see if Corum can keep this up against Michigan State in Week 8.