Analysis: I am not high as most on Sanders. On tape, he comes across as a Saquon Barkley wannabe—moving, shaking and juking more than finding and hitting the holes. He is talented and has solid instincts as a runner, but with a below average burst through the line, I question his ability to breakaway from linebackers at the next level. He is solid in the receiving game and can make most catches but fails to create separation in his routes. He has little wear-and-tear on his body with only 276 carries in college, but I think he will likely be a ‘complimentary’ back rather than a true number one.
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Only 276 career carries--not a lot of wear on body
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