I voted no, but upon further review it wouldn't surprise me if he did lead. Not because he is doing the majority of the rushing, but because there of the large stable of running backs/hybrid players.
If we play in 14 games and we average 215 yrds rushing/game = 3020 yrds.
Miller 770 = 55/game
Hyde 750 = 68/game where he is eligible (last year he averaged over 100 yrds per game that he actually played in)
Smith 700 = 50/game
Dunn 300 = 21/game
Ball 200 = 14/game
EZE 100 = 7/game
Wilson 100 = 7/game
Hall 100 = 7/game
Plus any wide receiver end-arounds/reverses and anybody else I am leaving out. There are just so many options and IF the young players get some touches (usually in garbage time when the game is ugly) they tend to be against either a tired defense or the second/third stringers.
Miller could be the leading rusher with hyde and smith close behind. Meyer wants a power rushing team and with Hyde/Smith/Dunn he will have the big power back along with Miller's legs and arm to keep the defense honest.
One way or another somebody is going to lead the team in rushing and we all get to enjoy the show... Is it football season yet