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Top 2013 NFL Draft RB Prospect Rankings

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  1. Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State - 5'11 - 238
    The NFL might be shifting toward a preference of thicker, stockier backs due to the recent success of Eddie Lacy and Le'Veon Bell. If that becomes the case, Hyde could quickly rise up draft boards. He displayed decent speed and great power when carrying the load for the Buckeyes. Really great in pass protection. Will earn a lot of respect from coaches for this alon... Read More
  2. Tre Mason, RB , Auburn - 5'10 - 198
    Mason finished on a high note in 2013, despite Auburn's loss in the National Championship game. The runner ended up breaking many important rushing records at a school known for producing many talented running backs. With a strong combine, he could become one of the first few backs selected in the 2014 NFL Draft. Mason is a compact back who really hits the hole fas... Read More
  3. Bishop Sankey, RB , Washington Rising - 5'10 - 200
    The slight frame of Sankey is one of his few flaws. Scouts are concerned about his workhorse status, yet he was Washington's feature runner compiling 653 carries in his final two seasons. Sankey is a solid prospect who does just about everything a back needs to do. Shifty and quick enough to evade big hits and seems to always dip at the last millisecond to avoid pu... Read More
  4. Ka'Deem Carey, RB , Arizona - 5'10 - 196
    Although he lacks ideal straight line speed, Carey excels in lateral agility and a wonderful ability to make defenders miss in tight quarters. His numbers were slightly inflated in Arizona's run-oriented scheme; however, that doesn't change the fact that he reliably carried the ball like a workhorse. Will need to play in a zone-blocking scheme for optimal transitio... Read More
  5. Lache Seastrunk, RB , Baylor Falling - 5'9 - 201
    Seastrunk failed to live up to the high expectations that came with Baylor's high-octane offense as his season was derailed with injuries. He remains a coveted commodity given his compact build and strong north-south running style. After spending his freshman year at the University of Oregon, Seastrunk transferred to Baylor. He averaged over seven yards per carry i... Read More

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  2. Sammy Watkins
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  4. Carlos Hyde
  5. Mike Evans
  6. Tre Mason
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