By John Mesenbrink

ARIZONA STATE (SR), RB

Rachaad White’s 2021 campaign saw this Sun Devil rush for 1,006 yards on 182 carries with an impressive 15 trips to the end zone on the ground. A dual-threat back, he also had 43 receptions for 456 yards and an additional score. White also impressed at the Senior Bowl as he was lead all Running Backs with 52 yards. A projected 4th round selection in the 2022 NFL Draft, White looks to find his place as a solid backup and special teams player.

Pluses:
• Versatile dual threat
• Nose for the end zone
• Physical, yet smooth runner

Concerns:
• Explosiveness from line of scrimmage
• Needs more experience
• Blocking basics

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By Brandon Lane

CINCINNATI (rJR), RB

Ford entered his collegiate career at Alabama but found himself cast behind Josh Jacobs and Najee Harris (thus appearing in just eight games over two years). As a redshirt sophomore he transfered to Cincinnati for the next two seasons. In his final season he finally got his shot at being a workhorse where he rushed 215 times for 1319 yards and 19 touchdowns. He also proved he was a capable pass catcher with 21/220/1 through the air. While many consider him a tier below the top rookie backs he’s one of my favorite sleepers coming into the NFL draft.

Pluses:
• Good size and explosiviness
• Great speed (4.46 40-yard dash)
• LOTS of tread left on his tires
• Soft hands

Concerns:
• Ball security issues
• Lacks vision at times

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