"For speed from his flanking position, Elbert Dubenion stands alone. The Griffin (Georgia) antelope was tops on the team in hauling down aerials, snaring 33 for 571 yards, and made more enemies among the safetymen with some additional moves he's picked up through experience. He's the breakaway runner Buffalo requires if it decides to move him to halfback.
Dubbed 'Golden Wheels' for his style of running, he can also supply a substantial block when necessary."
-Don Schiffer, Pro Football 1963