1. R. Brown - (6-0, 233, 4.44) Big and fast with good hands. Surest RB in the draft.2. Cadillac - (5-11, 217, 4.45) He bulked up and can become a big-time player since he's has great vision running the ball. Not a great receiver.3. C. Benson - (5-11, 222, 4.50?) Has the talent to be a successful NFL RB. Very durable.4. M.Barber III - (5-11, 221, 4.49) good, hard runner and good speed. 5. JJ Arrington - (5-9, 214, 4.45) Durability issues, but has good speed and hands (Brian Westbrook clone).6. C. Houston - (5-11, 225, 4.50?) good size and speed, injury problems but has a lot of potential7. C. Fason - (6-0, 207, 4.57) The whole package, but hasn't lived up to his potential. Could be the best RB in the draft if he works on his game.8. Eric Shelton - (6-1, 246, 4.59) - good speed for his size, not a good receiver9. V. Morency -(5-10, 212, 4.66) Good size and explosive, but ran a disappointing 40 that leaves question marks. Will be 25 his rookie year and his potential is probably limited.10. F. Gore (5-9, 215,4.65) - major injury risk and 2 knee injuries have slowed him down. 11. R. Moats (5-8, 210, 4.49) - Like Arrington, could fit into the Brian Westbrook mold if he improves as a receiver12. Brandon Jacobs (6-4, 267, 4.59) - good speed for someone his size, but does he fit in as RB or FB?13. Kay-Jay Harris (6-0. 243, 4.65) - slower version of Duckett with injury problems. Older player and turn 26 in March.14. T.A. McClendon - (5-10, 235, 4.71) average speed with injury concerns.15. M. Clarett (5-10, 234, 4.75) - way too many issues and doesn't have the talent to be a dominating player in the NFL.
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