Haven't seen this topic since it was discussed a little bit last year. I've been thinking about it alot and have 9 categories that I've started reviewing for each RB I'm looking at. These require seeing alot of film of the backs, but I'd like to hear what folks think and how they scout the backs. In no particular order:1) Hole Vision - How well they see the hole, hit the hole and read the blocks. Not necessarily how fast, because patience can be a virtue. 2) Wiggle - How well the back keeps his feet moving, keeps his balance, moves through arm tackles and moves through tight spaces3) Cutback Vision - How well the player sees the field when in open space, how well they make the one cutback that is often needed, how well they set up their blocks once they're past the first line of defenders4) Moves - How well their moves are, usually in a one on one situation. This is the second or third cutback, or the shake and bake to get past that defender5) Speed/Quickness - How quick they make their cuts, how fast they are in the open field, how well they start and stop6) Power - How much power they bring to their runs, can they initiate contact, can they keep their leg drive going, can they fall forward7) Hands - How well they catch the ball, how well they protect the ball8) Build - Are they too thin to be a power runner, are they too tall, too short, too stocky, etc. Can they grow in a NFL weight room.9) Football Smarts - Do they understand the game situations, do they get in the right position to block, even if they aren't a good blocker, do they seem like a team playerI don't know that I can just assign "ratings" to all of those categories or anything. But they are the things I look at when scouting a RB. I imagine that others who get into this look at similar things, but does anyone think there are things that I'm missing, or that aren't as important? Or are there things you do differently?