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NFL Draft > 2008 Prospects > RB > Jehuu Caulcrick

Jehuu Caulcrick Scouting Report

Position: RB
Conference: Big10
School: Michigan State Spartans
Year/Status: Declared
Jersey Number: #30
Height & Weight: 6'0 - 255 lbs.

2008 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:

Jehuu Caulcrick, RB, Michigan State

Jehuu Caulcrick is an absolutely massive specimen of a running back. The Michigan State senior has proved to be a rather valuable asset on the goal line this year. Caulcrick rushed for 813 yards and 21 TDs and averaged 3.93 yards per carry. His yards per carry average was down this year from his career 4.5 mark. He has gained 2336 yards for his career so far and has caught 26 passes for 233 yards. His 39 career touchdowns leaves him 1 touchdown away from averaging 10 per year. Caulcrick runs low to the ground for a 6'0", 255 lbs. running back. He runs with tremendous power and always lowers his shoulder and delivers a hit at the end of his runs. Caulcrick has a similar style to New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs. He isn't quite as fast as Jacobs, but has nimble feet. He can cut back and find holes to power through. Caulcrick has good hands and will make a good receiver out of the backfield in the NFL. Caulcrick will have to prove at the combine he has the speed to play half back in the pros. He will also get a look from many teams as a full back. If Caulcrick can improve his blocking, he can play a hybrid role like Greg Jones in Jacksonville.

Last Updated Dec-19-2007 by Randall Weida

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