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RankPlayerHeightWeight40 TimeTeamDan HeinsBill CerviJosh JohnsonMike KrafickAvgSkinny
1Ezekiel Elliot6'2254.47DAL11111BEAST! About the only negative with Elliot is his heavy College workload, other than that he has an elite skill set for today's NFL
2Derrick Henry6' 3"2474.54TEN23232.5Polarizing but could be very productive early
3Kenneth Dixon5' 10"2154.58BAL32443.3College stats are ridiculous, will kill you after contact if not probably wrapped, combine numbers put him in rounds 2-3, smaller hands may hurt his stock
4C. J. Prosise6'2204.48SEA75324.3Former WR, wiggle monster, relies on super athleticism and open space, could be trained to use skills between the tackles
5Keith Marshall5' 11"2194.31WAS57576Combine blazer, stuck between Gurley and Chubb, and was a top recruit out of high school, could be mid-round steal, powerful legs
6Devontae Booker5' 11"219NADEN84856.3Knee injury cost him dearly but he should shine when his moments arrives, arguably the #2 RB in class without injury, dual-threat competitor to the bone
7Paul Perkins5' 11"2084.54NYG98968Suddenness like no other in this class, dual-threat like Gio Bernard, although he lacks bulk
8Jordan Howard6'230NACHI116698Big downhill thumper certainly a short yardage specialist early. Very Jeremy Hill like
9Tyler Ervin5' 10"1924.41HOU4127128.8Wildly elusive, plays bigger than his size, landing spot will be huge for his usage, certainly a name to remember
10Alex Collins5' 10"2174.59SEA69151110.3Energetic and equally productive in the stout SEC, needs to refine pass pro but could be a week one starter in 2016
11Jonathan Williams5' 11"220NABUF101014810.5Another injured wonder, will punish between the tackles, not a quick twitcher but a power runner, needs to work on his receiving skills
12Kenyan Drake6' 1"2104.45MIA1211111011Some compare him to Reggie Bush but Dave Meggett may be more appropriate, will need the right system to flourish given his slight frame
13Kelvin Taylor5' 10"2074.6SF1414101312.8Dual-threat for sure, good vision and thigh charging thunder, pass pro is okay
14DeAndre Washington5' 8"2044.49OAK1313121413Sub 4.5 guy with loads of agility and wiggle, the effort is there in pass pro he is just not very effective, poor man's C.J. Anderson, decent hands
15Daniel Lasco6'2094.46NO15131614.8Combine marvel, game speed not as impressive, dual-threat yes, three down back no
16Wendell Smallwood5' 10"2084.47PHI16161515.5Good balance and burst, fights for extra yardage, needs to display better vision and patience
17Aaron Green5' 10"203NALAR181716.5Excellent lightning to someone else's thunder, will require a certain blocking to scheme to find consistent success, worthy handcuff piece nonetheless
18Josh Ferguson5' 9"1984.48IND171816.5This scat-back could be an off-tackle menace, hopefully his 4.48 speed will show on the field of play, RBBC candidate
19Devon Johnson6'238NADAL1917.5Thunder goes boom, imagine a more nimble Natrone Means, gained a lot of his yards with 3 or 4 WRs spread wide, will have an adjustment curve because of this
20Tra Carson5' 11"227NACIN15211917.8Strong legged dual-threat, excellent at understanding pass pro, more quick than fast
21Peyton Barber5' 10"2284.64TBB202017.8Super raw and very young, prototypical size of successful past RBs, fearless with or without ball, not afraid to get down and dirty
22Marshaun Coprich5' 08"2074.47MN2218.3Small school munchkin, realistically a day 3 selection or UDFA, presents third down capabilities but not much else
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