Darrell Henderson vs UCLA 2017

"call him something like a 5'8 Dalvin Cook" Henderson is poised to be the #1 homerun threat out of the backfield in the 19' class of RBs. If he confirms his speed on film pre draft he'll be a highly coveted guy. There could be some debate about his usage as a pro back going forward that would affect his stock. He's physical for his size but he wasn't much of a workhorse at Memphis. His 2017 game vs, arguably his best college opponent, UCLA, showcases pretty much everything he'll bring into the league. Watching Henderson I feel like I'm almost seeing a mini Rashaad Penny. Blazing speed and burst and production but with just adequate wiggle. He runs over guys when he gathers momentum but he's

TD 2019 Draft Big Board V.1

Big men and youngsters appear likely to dominate the top of the draft in April. All draft boards are basically looking the same right now in December, but there are a handful of guys guys I'm much higher or lower on than most. 1. Nick Bosa* | OLB/DE | Ohio St The shorter version of Joey is billed as a can't miss edge player. Power and athletic ability are standout attributes and he's versatile enough to play multiple schemes/roles. I see him in the mold of Justin Houston and think he could have a similar pro trajectory. 2. Ed Oliver** | DT | Houston A squatty, powerful DT that runs around like a LB qualifies as a freak. But Oliver's physical measurables aren't going to add up favorably for e

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