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    2020 NFL Draft: The Draft’s Power-Backs

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    Tier I

    Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

    Taylor is the 2020 Draft’s premier power back, with an impressive blend of size, power and speed. He has sprinter speed in a straight line, and even showed that he can be an adequate pass catcher this season. Taylor has struggled a bit with fumbles, and has a lot of tread on his tires, but he’s likely to be a first-round pick.


    Tier II

    Ke’Shawn Vaughn (Vanderbilt)
    Zack Moss (Utah)
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire (LSU)
    Cam Akers (Florida State)


    Vaughn’s an interesting case: a big, productive SEC back, it looks like he may be better fit for a zone-blocking scheme, but he’s not exactly an experienced great receiver and his speed is questionable. Reminding this writer of a young Chris Ivory, Zack Moss has an exciting mixture of size, speed and agility, but he hasn’t been able to stay healthy for long stretches. LSU’s Edwards-Helaire isn’t really a true power runner because he’s only a 5’8”b209-lb back, but like Devin Singletary he follows his blocks well and isn’t easy to bring down by any means. Cam Akers is a shorter and stockier body type of former FSU runner Dalvin Cook, but he had a really poor 2018, before bouncing back this past season with 1,144 rushing yards.


    Tier III

    AJ Dillon (Boston College)
    Lamical Perine (Florida)


    AJ Dillon’s perhaps the most physical runner of the draft. The 250-lb tailback refuses to be tackled by just one man, but questions remain about Dillon’s fit within today’s NFL as just a pure straight-ahead runner. Perine had a strong finish to the season, but he’s not exactly explosive. We’ll see how he’s able to perform at the upcoming Senior Bowl.
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    Re: 2020 NFL Draft: The Draft’s Power-Backs

    Bills might be looking at some listed here.

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    Re: 2020 NFL Draft: The Draft’s Power-Backs

    It will probably be someone under the radar but Edwards-Helaire of LSU is my favorite. Very hard to bring down.
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    Re: 2020 NFL Draft: The Draft’s Power-Backs

    Quote Originally Posted by Night Train View Post
    It will probably be someone under the radar but Edwards-Helaire of LSU is my favorite. Very hard to bring down.

    He would be an excellent choice.

    Free agency will also have an impact on which way we go.

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