NFL Draft

This will come as no secret to anyone who has been paying attention, but the 2017 NFL Draft running back class has the potential to go down as an all-time great. Doesn’t mean it will, just that the talent is there if a few prospects translate their college stardom into NFL production. Todd Gurley set a high rookie bar back in 2015, and Ezekiel Elliott has pushed it farther into the stratosphere this season. While it remains to be seen whether or not anyone in the ’17 class has that level of impact, a minimum of two running backs will go in Round 1. And that number could rise to four or five when all is said and done.​

I am scouting every running back prospect and have completed all of their NFL Draft profiles, here is how they rank in order from best-to-worst. You can click on each prospect and get an in-depth scouting report and analysis on them….

1. Dalvin Cook- Florida State

2. Leonard Fournette- LSU

3. D’Onte Foreman-Texas

4. Joe Mixon- Oklahoma

5. Alvin Kamara- Tennessee

6. Christian McCaffrey- Stanford

7. Brian Hill- Wyoming

8. Curtis Samuel- Ohio State

9. Tarik Cohen- North Carolina A&T

10. Samaje Perine- Oklahoma

11. Jeremy McNichols- Boise State

12. Donnel Pumphrey- San Diego State

13. Kareem Hunt- Toledo

14. Wayne Gallman- Clemson

15. James Conner- Pittsburgh

16. Corey Clement- Wisconsin

17. Matthew Dayes- NC State

18. Jamaal Williams- BYU

19. Joe Williams- Utah

20. De’Veon Smith- Michigan

 

Let me know in the comments below which running back prospect you want your NFL team to draft….

 

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