2022 NFL Draft Prospects: Running Back



The top 2022 Running Back prospects available for the 2022 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2022 prospect. ** - denotes 2025 prospect.

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2022 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2023 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2024 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB

Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Najee Harris, Alabama
  • '20 - D'Andre Swift, Georgia
  • '19 - Josh Jacobs, Alabama
1. Iowa State image Breece Hall*, RB, Iowa State
Height: 5-11. Weight: 220. Arm: 31.25. Hand: 9.75.
Official 40 Time: 4.39.
Projected Round (2022): 1-2


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Hall had an excellent workout at the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine, showing a superb combination of size, speed and explosion. He established himself as the top running back prospect for the 2022 NFL Draft and will probably go early in the second round. There is an outside chance Hall sneaks into the end of the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Hall is a physical back who was a huge point producer for Iowa State in 2021. He averaged 5.8 yards per carry for 1,472 yards and 20 touchdowns. On top of being a tough runner, Hall was a productive receiver out of the backfield with 36 catches for 302 yards and three scores. Hall impressed in 2020 as well, averaging 5.6 yards per carry for 1,572 yards with 21 touchdowns. That season, he had 23 catches for 180 yards and two scores. Hall has impressed team sources, and they think he could provide some nice value as a pick after the first round.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2019 Iowa St. 12 186 897 4.82 9 74.75 235

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/4/2021 UNI W 16 - 10 23 69 3 1 12
9/11/2021 Iowa L 17 - 27 16 69 4.31 1 16
9/18/2021 @ UNLV W 48 - 3 21 100 4.76 2 24
9/25/2021 @ Baylor L 29 - 31 27 190 7.04 2 42
10/2/2021 Kansas W 59 - 7 17 123 7.24 2 37
10/16/2021 @ Kansas St. W 33 - 20 30 197 6.57 2 75
10/23/2021 Oklahoma St. W 24 - 21 21 70 3.33 1 28
10/30/2021 @ West Virginia L 31 - 38 24 167 6.96 1 70
11/6/2021 Texas W 30 - 7 19 136 7.16 2 47
11/13/2021 @ Texas Tech L 38 - 41 18 43 2.39 2 17
11/20/2021 @ Oklahoma L 21 - 28 19 58 3.05 1 15
11/26/2021 TCU W 48 - 14 18 242 13.44 3 80
12/29/2021 Clemson
@ Orlando, Fla.
L 13 - 20 0 0 0 0


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2019 Iowa St. 12 23 252 2 10.96 1 21
2020 Iowa St. 12 23 180 2 7.83 2 15
2021 Iowa St. 12 36 302 3 8.39 3 25.17




Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Travis Etienne, Clemson
  • '20 - Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin
  • '19 - Miles Sanders, Penn State
2. Michigan State image Kenneth Walker, RB, Michigan State
Height: 5-9. Weight: 210. Arm: 30.38. Hand: 9.5.
Official 40 Time: 4.38.
Projected Round (2022): 2-4


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4/26/22: Walker was on fire in 2021, putting up big numbers and carrying Michigan State to an undefeated record entering November. He didn't have the opportunity to show more receiving ability, because the Spartans don't feature their running backs in the passing game.

Walker has a strong build to run hard between the tackles and pick up yards after contact. Team sources say Walker is a well-rounded runner, is tough, and knows how to tote the ball, but they feel he lacks a dominant trait for the NFL. They feel he could be a really good starter in the right scheme with talent around him. Walker helped himself with a fast 40-yard dash at the 2022 NFL Scouting Combine. As long as teams are okay with his medical report, Walker should probably get selected in the second round.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2019 Wake Forest 13 98 579 5.91 4 44.54 233

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/3/2021 @ Northwestern W 38 - 21 23 264 11.48 4 75
9/11/2021 Youngstown St. W 42 - 14 7 57 8.14 1 24
9/18/2021 @ Miami (FL) W 38 - 17 27 172 6.37 0 26
9/25/2021 Nebraska W 23 - 20 (1OT) 19 61 3.21 0 23
10/2/2021 Western Ky. W 48 - 31 24 126 5.25 3 15
10/9/2021 @ Rutgers W 31 - 13 29 233 8.03 1 94
10/16/2021 @ Indiana W 20 - 15 23 84 3.65 0 13
10/30/2021 Michigan W 37 - 33 23 197 8.57 5 58
11/6/2021 @ Purdue L 29 - 40 22 136 6.18 1 33
11/13/2021 Maryland W 40 - 21 30 143 4.77 2 36
11/20/2021 @ Ohio St. L 7 - 56 6 25 4.17 0 15
11/27/2021 Penn St. W 30 - 27 30 138 4.6 1 35
12/30/2021 Pittsburgh
@ Atlanta, Georgia
W 31 - 21 0 0 0 0


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2019 Wake Forest 13 3 17 5.67 1.31
2020 Wake Forest 8 3 30 10 3.75
2021 Michigan St. 12 13 89 1 6.85 1 7.42


Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Javonte Williams, North Carolina
  • '20 - Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU
  • '19 - Darrell Henderson, Memphis
3. Georgia image Zamir White**, RB, Georgia
Height: 6-0. Weight: 215. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 8.5.
Official 40 Time: 4.40.
Projected Round (2022): 2-3


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4/26/22: White split carries with James Cook, among others, in the typically crowded Georgia backfield, but White impressed in his opportunities. Teams sources say they are grading him on Day 2 and think he could be a starter in the NFL. They like his combination of size, power, speed and natural running ability.

As a runner, White is a load. He is a true power back who runs over defenders and constantly bursts through tackles. With his power and strength, White earned the nickname of Zeus in college, and he is a very physical. White constantly breaks tackles and does a fantastic job of keeping his legs churning after contact. He is a decisive runner who charges downfield and is not one to dance in the backfield. White displays zero hesitation to stick his nose into a scrum and power through the defense to generate positive yardage. His power allows him to finish runs well, and he will consistently drag tacklers behind him. White has a real burst to hit the hole and acceleration to get downfield. He also shows good balance and patience that allow him to flow to the line before darting downfield.

7/3/21: White ran well in 2020 as the lead back for Georgia. He showed speed, instincts and physicality. White flashed ability as a freshman, running hard on 78 carries.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2019 Georgia 13 78 408 5.23 3 31.38 141

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/4/2021 Clemson
@ Charlotte, NC
W 10 - 3 13 74 5.69 0 22
9/11/2021 UAB W 56 - 7 7 34 4.86 0 13
9/18/2021 South Carolina W 40 - 13 8 51 6.38 1 15
9/25/2021 @ Vanderbilt W 59 - 0 9 48 5.33 1 11
10/2/2021 Arkansas W 37 - 0 16 68 4.25 2 15
10/9/2021 @ Auburn W 34 - 10 18 79 4.39 2 12
10/16/2021 Kentucky W 30 - 13 12 46 3.83 1 24
10/30/2021 Florida
@ Jacksonville, FL
W 34 - 7 14 105 7.5 1 42
11/6/2021 Missouri W 43 - 6 9 14 1.56 1 13
11/13/2021 @ Tennessee W 41 - 17 12 55 4.58 0 14
11/20/2021 Charleston So. W 56 - 7 4 83 20.75 1 40
11/27/2021 @ Georgia Tech W 45 - 0 6 34 5.67 0 8
12/4/2021 Alabama
@ Atlanta, GA
L 24 - 41 7 27 3.86 0 9
12/31/2021 Michigan 34 - 11 12 54 4.5 0 10
1/10/2022 @ Alabama - 0 0 0 0


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2019 Georgia 13 2 20 10 1.54
2020 Georgia 10 6 37 1 6.17 3.7
2021 Georgia 13 7 65 1 9.29 5


Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Kenny Gainwell, Memphis
  • '20 - Cam Akers, Florida State
  • '19 - Damien Harris, Alabama
4. Alabama image Brian Robinson, RB, Alabama
Height: 6-2. Weight: 226. Arm: 31.88. Hand: 9.75.
Official 40 Time: 4.53.
Projected Round (2022): 2-3


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Robinson had a very good 2021 season, showing some natural running ability alongside size, quickness, toughness, and an ability to pick up yards after contact. Some scouts have compared Robinson to former North Carolina running back Javonte Williams, a 2021 second-round pick by the Denver Broncos. Like Williams, Robinson is big, strong, and a downhill runner. Those sources say Robinson has more wiggle and elusiveness then Williams. Some teams have Robinson as their top-graded draft-eligible running back, with a second-round grade while others prefer Breece Hall or Zamir White. Robinson had a disappointing Senior Bowl, but he was solid at the combine.

7/3/21: Robinson has been a steady backup at Alabama over the past few seasons while being buried on the depth chart behind the likes of Najee Harris and Damien Harris. If Robinson is the the three down starter in 2021, he could be a riser.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2017 Alabama 11 24 165 6.88 2 15 61
2018 Alabama 15 63 272 4.32 2 18.13 91
2019 Alabama 13 96 441 4.59 5 33.92 173

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/4/2021 Miami (FL)
@ Atlanta, Georgia
W 44 - 13 12 60 5 0 19
9/11/2021 Mercer W 48 - 14 10 70 7 1 14
9/18/2021 @ Florida W 31 - 29 15 78 5.2 1 23
9/25/2021 Southern Miss. W 63 - 14 0 0 0 0
10/2/2021 Ole Miss W 42 - 21 36 171 4.75 4 21
10/9/2021 @ Texas A&M L 38 - 41 24 147 6.12 0 24
10/16/2021 @ Mississippi St. W 49 - 9 19 73 3.84 2 11
10/23/2021 Tennessee W 52 - 24 26 107 4.12 3 15
11/6/2021 LSU W 20 - 14 13 18 1.38 1 5
11/13/2021 New Mexico St. W 59 - 3 9 99 11 2 63
11/20/2021 Arkansas W 42 - 35 27 122 4.52 0 15
11/27/2021 @ Auburn W 24 - 22 (4OT) 16 71 4.44 0 37
12/4/2021 Georgia
@ Atlanta, GA
W 41 - 24 16 55 3.44 0 15
12/31/2021 Cincinnati 27 - 6 26 204 7.85 0 23
1/10/2022 @ Georgia - 0 0 0 0


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 Alabama 11 0
2018 Alabama 15 0
2019 Alabama 13 11 124 1 11.27 9.54
2020 Alabama 13 6 26 4.33 2
2021 Alabama 12 31 268 3 8.65 2 22.33




Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Kylin Hill, Mississippi State
  • '20 - J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State
  • '19 - Mike Weber, Ohio State
5. Texas A&M image Isaiah Spiller*, RB, Texas A&M
Height: 6-0. Weight: 215. Arm: 31.75. Hand: 8.63.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 2-3


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Spiller was held back in 2021 by inconsistent quarterback play, plus defenses stacked the box to dare the Aggies quarterback to beat them through the air. Spiller's tapes as a receiver against Colorado and Alabama were impressive and will help him with pro evaluators. Some team sources have compared Spiller to former Texans back Arian Foster. Some area scouts have concerns about Spiller's speed, but he is a well-rounded back who some teams graded on Day 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft.

7/3/21: Spiller ran hard for the Aggies as as an underclassman. In 2020, Spiller averaged 5.6 yards per carry for 1,036 yards with nine touchdowns. He also had 16 catches for 174 yards. Spiller averaged 5.4 yards per carry in 2019 for 946 yards with 10 touchdowns. That season, he caught 29 passes for 203 yards. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound Spiller is put together well with a nice combination of size and quickness.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2019 Texas A&M 13 174 946 5.44 10 72.77 332

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/4/2021 Kent St. W 41 - 10 17 113 6.65 0 19
9/11/2021 Colorado
@ Denver, CO
W 10 - 7 8 20 2.5 0 6
9/18/2021 New Mexico W 34 - 0 15 117 7.8 1 46
9/25/2021 Arkansas
@ Arlington , TX
L 10 - 20 12 95 7.92 1 67
10/2/2021 Mississippi St. L 22 - 26 16 100 6.25 0 44
10/9/2021 Alabama W 41 - 38 17 46 2.71 1 16
10/16/2021 @ Missouri W 35 - 14 20 168 8.4 1 48
10/23/2021 South Carolina W 44 - 14 18 102 5.67 1 21
11/6/2021 Auburn W 20 - 3 21 112 5.33 0 23
11/13/2021 @ Ole Miss L 19 - 29 15 41 2.73 0 9
11/20/2021 Prairie View W 52 - 3 9 70 7.78 1 24
11/27/2021 @ LSU L 24 - 27 11 27 2.45 0 9


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2019 Texas A&M 13 29 203 2 7 15.62
2020 Texas A&M 10 20 193 2 9.65 19.3
2021 Texas A&M 12 25 189 2 7.56 1 15.75


Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Trey Sermon, Ohio State
  • '20 - Zack Moss, Utah
  • '19 - David Montgomery, Iowa State
6. Georgia image James Cook, RB, Georgia
Height: 5-11. Weight: 190. Arm: 30.75. Hand: 9.38.
Official 40 Time: 4.42.
Projected Round (2022): 3-4


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Cook split carries in Georgia's crowded backfield, but he flashed playmaking ability with special speed to break off long runs. He was solid rotational back for the Bulldogs and would have been a dominant starter at most schools. At the NFL Scouting Combine, Cook worked out well and ran a fast 40.

For the NFL, Cook looks like a rotational running back who could provide a speed element and be a special teams contributor. If Cook were thicker and bigger like his brother Dalvin, the Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowler, he would be rated higher.

7/3/21: Cook is a talented back who has had a hard time seeing consistent carries in Georgia's loaded backfield. NFL advance scouts, however, liked him enough to rate him highly on their preseason watch list. Cook and Zamir White could produce a big 2021 season together.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma
  • '20 - A.J. Dillon, Boston College
  • '19 - Wes Hills, Slippery Rock
7. Missouri image Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri
Height: 5-8. Weight: 199. Arm: 29.38. Hand: 9.13.
Official 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2022): 3-4


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Badie is a tough runner who has strength and quickness in a compact build. On top of running well, Badie showed excellent receiving ability for three straight seasons. His ability to contribute on third downs could make him a solid No. 2 rotational back in the NFL, and he might develop into a bigger role. Badie turned in a solid week of practice at the Senior Bowl and followed that up with a good combine.

7/3/21: Badie was the backup to Larry Rountree over the past few seasons, but he flashed and showed next level ability. Badie is smaller back with quickness, but he could be poised for a huge 2021 season as the lead back for the Tigers. While Badie has not had big production on the ground, he has been an excellent receiver, collecting 72 receptions over his first three seasons of college football.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Larry Rountree, Missouri
  • '20 - Ke'Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt
  • '19 - Devin Singletary, Florida Atlantic
8. Florida image Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida
Height: 5-10. Weight: 220. Arm: 30.75. Hand: 9.38.
Official 40 Time: 4.59.
Projected Round (2022): 3-4


View Ranking History

4/26/22: In 2021, Pierce was a physical load as a runner, but he went under the radar with Florida underachieving its way to a 6-7 season. Pierce is a powerful back who charges over defenders and has a second gear to the next level. He also enters the NFL with very little mileage because the Gators split the carries between Pierce and two other backs. While Pierce never produced a big stat line, he has the skill set to be a better pro than college player.

Pierce put together a phenomenal week of practice at the Senior Bowl. He was the best back on either team in Mobile, running with power, decisiveness and physicality. In the pass-blocking one-on-ones, he was phenomenal in blitz protection. Teams have speed concerns with Pierce, and Pierce didn't ameliorate them because he put up one of the slower, although not awful, 40 times at the combine. Still, Pierce could be a sleeper who ends up being a steal in the 2022 NFL Draft.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Michael Carter, North Carolina
  • '20 - Joshua Kelley, UCLA
  • '19 - Bryce Love, Stanford
9. Florida International image D'Vonte Price, RB, Florida International
Height: 6-1. Weight: 198. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 9.38.
Official 40 Time: 4.38.
Projected Round (2022): 3-4


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Price ran well enough in 2021 to snag a Senior Bowl slot. He did not have an awful week in Mobile, but he also did not dominate enough to boost his draft stock. Price helped himself at the combine with a fast 40-yard dash. He could be a solid mid-round pick with upside.

7/3/21: Price ran really well in a limited number of attempts in 2020. He averaged 6.8 yards per carry and turned 85 carries into 581 yards with four touchdowns over five games. Florida International struggled defensively, and that hurt him as well. Price is built well and has some quickness to go with his size. Advance scouts were impressed with his skill set and pro potential.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2017 FIU 10 15 131 8.73 0 13.1 84
2018 FIU 13 90 560 6.22 5 43.08 274
2019 FIU 12 50 249 4.98 0 20.75 95

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/26/2020 @ Liberty L 34 - 36 13 148 11.38 2 65
10/10/2020 Middle Tenn. L 28 - 31 13 112 8.62 1 65
10/23/2020 Jacksonville St. L 10 - 19 9 43 4.78 0 16
11/13/2020 Fla. Atlantic L 19 - 38 26 178 6.85 1 77
11/21/2020 @ Western Ky. L 21 - 38 24 100 4.17 0 13


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2017 FIU 10 5 45 1 9 4.5
2018 FIU 13 15 116 1 7.73 8.92
2019 FIU 12 10 49 1 4.9 4.08
2020 FIU 5 5 14 1 2.8 1 2.8
2021 FIU 9 10 83 1 8.3 9.22




Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Demetric Felton, UCLA
  • '20 - J.J. Taylor, Arizona
  • '19 - Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M
10. Notre Dame image Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame
Height: 5-9. Weight: 199. Arm: 28.63. Hand: 9.
Official 40 Time: 4.65.
Projected Round (2022): 3-5


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Williams is an undersized back. He also hurt his draft stock with a very slow 40 at the combine. In 2021, he averaged 4.9 yards per carry for 1,002 yards with 14 touchdowns. He also had 42 receptions for 359 yards and three scores. His production was consistent with his 2020 season. Williams could compete to be a backup and special teams contributor.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State
  • '20 - Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State
  • '19 - Justice Hill, Oklahoma State
11. Washington State image Max Borghi, RB, Washington State
Height: 5-9. Weight: 211. Arm: 29.63. Hand: 9.13.
Projected 40 Time: 4.50.
Projected Round (2022): 3-5


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Borghi ran well in 2021, although Washington State did not give him a big workload in terms of carries.

7/3/21: Borghi has run well the past few seasons, showing quickness and strength as a tough runner. He only played in one game in 2020 because of injuries, but he ran for 95 yards on 10 carries against Utah. In 2019, Borghi ran really well in Mike Leach's offense while showing excellent receiving ability with 86 catches for 597 yards and five scores through the air. His receiving ability could cause him to be a riser throughout the 2022 NFL Draft process.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Jaret Patterson, Buffalo
  • '20 - Eno Benjamin, Arizona State
  • '19 - Elijah Holyfield, Georgia
12. Michigan image Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan
Height: 6-2. Weight: 220. Arm: 31.75. Hand: 9.25.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 3-5


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Haskins turned in big performances against Washington and Ohio State. He was a tough runner and showed a nose for the end zone. Haskins is a powerful, physical back who could help himself by running fast in pre-draft workouts.

7/3/21: Haskins was power runner and bell cow back that flashed some next level ability in 2020 and 2019. In 2021, it would help him to show more receiving ability out of the backfield as he only has six career receptions with zero coming in 2020.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas
  • '20 - Darius Anderson, TCU
  • '19 - Myles Gaskin, Washington
13. Arizona State image Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State
Height: 6-0. Weight: 210. Arm: 31.25. Hand: 9.75.
Official 40 Time: 4.48.
Projected Round (2022): 3-5


View Ranking History

4/26/22: White was a solid runner for the Sun Devils, but he was most impressive as a receiver and produced really well through the air for Arizona State. White was solid, but unspectacular, at the Senior Bowl.

7/3/21: The Pac-12 did not play much football in 2021 thanks to its incompetent leadership, which hurt the development a lot of the conference's student athletes. White was one of those players who was hurt by lost games given how he was playing phenomenal football, averaging 10 yards per carry for 420 yards and five touchdowns. It will be interesting to see if White can stay consistent in 2021. If he does, he will be a fast riser.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
9/2/2021 Southern Utah W 41 - 14 7 64 9.14 2 26
9/11/2021 UNLV W 37 - 10 22 90 4.09 2 14
9/18/2021 @ BYU L 17 - 27 15 71 4.73 1 14
9/25/2021 Colorado W 35 - 13 11 37 3.36 1 11
10/2/2021 @ UCLA W 42 - 23 9 69 7.67 2 49
10/8/2021 Stanford W 28 - 10 13 96 7.38 1 29
10/16/2021 @ Utah L 21 - 35 9 56 6.22 0 15
10/30/2021 Washington St. L 21 - 34 0 0 0 0
11/6/2021 Southern California W 31 - 16 28 202 7.21 3 50
11/13/2021 @ Washington W 35 - 30 32 184 5.75 2 27
11/20/2021 @ Oregon St. L 10 - 24 15 39 2.6 0 7
11/27/2021 Arizona W 38 - 15 21 98 4.67 1 11
12/30/2021 Wisconsin 13 - 20 0 0 0 0


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2020 Arizona St. 4 8 151 2 18.88 1 37.75
2021 Arizona St. 11 43 456 4 10.6 1 41.45


Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Trey Ragas, La.-Lafayette
  • '20 - Benny LeMay, Charlotte
  • '19 - Bennie Snell Jr., Kentucky
14. USC image Keaontay Ingram, RB, USC
Height: 6-0. Weight: 210.
40 Time: 4.52.
Projected Round (2022): 3-5


View Ranking History

4/26/22: Ingram did not see a big workload in 2021, but he flashed some ability and was productive in limited opportunities. On top of running hard, he showed some receiving ability as well. At the combine, Ingram had a quality workout. He has the skill set and upside to be a good mid-round value.

7/3/21: Ingram didn't get into a groove running the ball for Texas in 2020, but he did't play badly. After the season he transferred to USC. In the previous two seasons, Ingram showed that he is a built power back who is also a dangerous receiver out of the backfield. He was a nice outlet receiver for Sam Ehlinger over 2019 and 2018, showing an impressive ability to adjust to passes for a thick build back. If Ingram shows the speed to hit the hole and dominates as a runner in 2021, he could become a rising prospect.


Career Rushing Stats

Season Team Games Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Yds/Game Rush Long
2018 Texas 13 142 708 4.99 3 54.46 221
2019 Texas 13 144 853 5.92 7 65.62 299

Rushing Statistics Game Log

Date Opponent Result Att. Yds Yds/Rush TDs Rush Long
8/31/2019 Louisiana Tech W 45 - 14 11 78 7.09 1 19
9/7/2019 LSU L 38 - 45 10 29 2.9 0 7
9/14/2019 @ Rice W 48 - 13 13 74 5.69 2 26
9/21/2019 Oklahoma St. W 36 - 30 21 114 5.43 0 16
10/5/2019 @ West Virginia W 42 - 31 11 18 1.64 0 6
10/12/2019 Oklahoma
@ Dallas, Texas
L 27 - 34 2 9 4.5 0 7
10/19/2019 Kansas W 50 - 48 14 101 7.21 1 32
10/26/2019 @ TCU L 27 - 37 16 71 4.44 0 17
11/9/2019 Kansas St. W 27 - 24 16 139 8.69 2 34
11/16/2019 @ Iowa St. L 21 - 23 8 9 1.12 0 7
11/23/2019 @ Baylor L 10 - 24 7 86 12.29 0 68
11/29/2019 Texas Tech W 49 - 24 2 17 8.5 0 11
12/31/2019 Utah
@ San Antonio, Texas
W 38 - 10 13 108 8.31 1 49


Career Receiving Stats

Season Team Games Rec. Rec./Game Yds Yds/Rec. TDs Rec Yds /Game
2018 Texas 13 27 2.08 170 6.3 2 13.08
2019 Texas 13 29 2.23 242 8.34 3 18.62
2020 Texas 0 0




Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Javian Hawkins, Louisville
  • '20 - Rico Dowdle, South Carolina
  • '19 - L.J. Scott, Michigan State
15. Oregon image C.J. Verdell*, RB, Oregon
Height: 5-7. Weight: 194.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 3-5
View Ranking History

4/26/22: Verdell averaged 5.2 yards per carry in 2021 for 406 yards and six touchdowns. He also had eight receptions for 74 yards and a touchdown. In early October, Verdell went out for the season with a lower-leg injury. Verdell is a tough runner who can wear down defenses.

7/3/21: Verdell was a steady producer for Oregon in 2019, ripping off some big runs and having a monster performance against Utah in the Pac-12 Championship game. Verdell averaged 6.2 yards per carry in 2019 for 1,220 yards with eight touchdowns on the year. He also had 14 receptions for 125 yards. Verdell played in five games in 2020, before breaking his thumb, which ended his year. Verdell isn't a big back, but he has speed and cutting ability.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Elijah Mitchell, La.-Lafayette
  • '20 - Michael Warren, Cincinnati
  • '19 - Karan Higdon, Michigan
16. Oklahoma image Kennedy Brooks*, RB, Oklahoma
Height: 5-11. Weight: 215. Arm: 30.25. Hand: 7.63.
Official 40 Time: 4.59.
Projected Round (2022): 4-6


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4/26/22: Brooks ran well for Oklahoma in 2021. He was not able to show receiving ability because the Sooners didn't utilize him in the passing game. Brooks declared for the 2022 NFL Draft after the season, but he probably should have gone back to school.

7/3/21: Brooks sat out the 2020 season. He was the Sooners' feature back during the 2019 season, and he ran well for them. He showed nice quickness and has quality size. Brooks could take on a larger workload as a junior because the Sooners may do less running with their quarterback. It would help Brooks' draft stock to show more receiving ability in 2021.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech
  • '20 - Tony Jones Jr., Notre Dame
  • '19 - Bruce Anderson, North Dakota State
17. Rutgers image Isaih Pacheco*, RB, Rutgers
Height: 5-10. Weight: 213. Arm: 30.5. Hand: 9.25.
Official 40 Time: 4.37.
Projected Round (2022): 4-6


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4/26/22: Pacheco was not very productive in 2021, but Rutgers struggled in conference play, and playing from behind hurt Pacheco's opportunities. He helped himself with a fast 40 at the combine.

7/3/21: While Pacheco has not produced a big statistical year, he has been a tough runner for the Scarlet Knights and NFL advance scouts put him on their preseason watch list. He could rise with a big 2021 season because he is tough runner who has some strength.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Pooka Williams, Kansas
  • '20 - Patrick Taylor Jr., Memphis
  • '19 - Dexter Williams, Notre Dame
18. Baylor image Abram Smith, RB, Baylor
Height: 6-0. Weight: 211. Arm: 30.25. Hand: 8.25.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 4-6


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4/26/22: Smith ran well for Baylor in 2021, averaging 6.2 yards per carry for 1,601 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also caught 13 passes for 75 yards. Team sources say they are projecting Smith as a backup and special teams contributor.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Chris Evans, Michigan
  • '20 - Lamical Perine, Florida
  • '19 - Jalin Moore, Appalachian State
19. BYU image Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU
Height: 5-11. Weight: 220. Arm: 31.5. Hand: 9.63.
Official 40 Time: 4.60.
Projected Round (2022): 5-7


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4/26/22: Allgeier was very good for BYU in 2021. He is a tough runner and scoring threat. Allgeier would be rated higher if it weren't for some physical limitations, like the lack of speed that was illustrated at the combine.

7/3/21: Allgeier had broke out in 2020, ripping up the easy BYU schedule while also benefiting from a future top-five pick at quarterback and multiple pro prospects on the offensive line. Still, Allgeier averaged 7.5 yards per carry and found the end zone 13 times. It will be interesting to see if he can stay consistent in 2021 after losing a lot of pieces from his supporting cast and in the face of a more challenging schedule.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Spencer Brown, UAB
  • '20 - DeeJay Dallas, Miami
  • '19 - Jordan Scarlett, Florida
20. West Virginia image Leddie Brown, RB, West Virginia
Height: 6-0. Weight: 215. Arm: 31.38. Hand: 9.75.
Official 40 Time: 4.64.
Projected Round (2022): 5-7


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4/26/22: Brown was a well-rounded back for West Virginia. He's solid, but unspectacular. Brown hurt himself at the combine with a slow 40.

7/3/21: Brown ran well for West Virginia in 2020, showing an ability to handle a good work load. He also was impressive as a receiver out of the backfield, hauling in 31 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns. If Brown builds on that season, he could be a riser in 2021.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Ja'Maine Martin, North Carolina A&T
  • '20 - Larry Rountree, Missouri
  • '19 - Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma
21. San Diego State image Greg Bell, RB, San Diego State
Height: 5-10. Weight: 198. Arm: 30.88. Hand: 9.38.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 5-7


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4/26/22: Bell was a quality runner for San Diego State in 2021, but he needed to show more receiving ability in pre-draft workouts.

7/3/21: Bell played well in seven games in 2020, averaging 5.6 yards per carry for 637 yards and six touchdowns. He also flashed some receiving ability for the Aztecs.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Josh Johnson, La.-Monroe
  • '20 - Antonio Gibson, Memphis
  • '19 - Travis Homer, Miami
22. Georgia Tech image Jordan Mason*, RB, Georgia Tech
Height: 5-11. Weight: 217.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 6-FA
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4/26/22: At many schools, Mason would have been a starter, but at Georgia Tech, he was stuck behind a potential NFL starter in Jahmyr Gibbs. Mason was solid in his limited opportunities during 2021. He should have gone back to school, but he entered the 2022 NFL Draft.

7/3/21: Mason was a tough runner for the Yellow Jackets the past three seasons. He has good size and enough quickness to hit the hole. In 2021, it would help Mason to show more receiving ability because he only has 15 career receptions.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Asim Rose, Kentucky
  • '20 - Raymond Calais, La.-Lafayette
  • '19 - Alexander Mattison, Boise State
23. Baylor image Trestan Ebner, RB, Baylor
Height: 5-11. Weight: 205. Arm: 29.75. Hand: 8.5.
Official 40 Time: 4.43.
Projected Round (2022): 7-FA


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4/26/22: Ebner produced well in some limited opportunities, but for the NFL, he looks like a backup running back who would mainly appear on a roster as a special teams contributor. Ebner put up a good 40 time at the combine.

7/3/21: Ebner has not produced much as a runner for the Bears over the past few seasons, but he flashed enough as a receiver to get included on NFL teams' preseason watch list. As an outlet receiver, Ebner has been a steady and good contributor. If he shows more running ability as a senior, he could rise.



Previous Seasons

  • '21 - Brenden Knox, Marshall
  • '20 - Anthony McFarland Jr., Maryland
  • '19 - Ryquell Armstead, Temple
24. Buffalo image Kevin Marks Jr.*, RB, Buffalo
Height: 5-11. Weight: 204.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Projected Round (2022): 7-FA
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4/26/22: Marks did not produce big numbers in 2021, and he was dealing with a lower leg injury from early October on. He decided to enter the 2022 NFL Draft.

7/3/21: Marks has been part of a rotation with the Bulls, but he flashed impressive ability the past three seasons. He averaged 6.6 yards per carry in 2020, ran for over thousand as a sophomore, and had 845 yards as a freshman with 13 touchdowns. As the feature back in 2021, Marks could produce a massive season and be a riser for the 2022 NFL Draft.





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