Runs his pad level low through contact, can use a shoulder fake in tight areas to gain a step and burst toward daylight. Gets back up to speed quickly out of his breaks. However, lacks ideal size for the position and struggles to routinely churn out tough yards through contact. Isn’t a guy who can move the pile inside. Plus, looks a bit tight hipped. Isn’t a back who can routinely create on his own and make a man miss in tight quarters.
Has a tendency to drop his eye level, continue to bounce the football toward the edge and doesn’t have the straight-line speed to simply outpace defenders. Isn’t as natural running from the gun when exposed more so in space and is asked to make defenders miss.
Looks more comfortable/effective playing in tight areas where he can get north/south quickly and use his vision to stick his foot in the ground and get up field. Is natural flaring out of the backfield and can catch the football in space, but again isn’t overly dynamic making defenders miss one on one.
Impression: A tough, hard-nosed runner who plays with a chip on his shoulder. However, isn’t as explosive laterally and/or shifty as you would like in an undersized back to be considered a draftable prospect."