Updated 4/18
  1. Mark Ingram, Alabama

    Without a doubt in my mind Ingram is the best RB prospect in the class. He runs hard, he runs fast, and he runs very tough. He can catch the ball, can get you the 4th and 1, and he can break it for a 99 yard score. If he stays motivated and healthy then he could be a top-5 RB in the league.

  2. Mikel Leshoure, Illinois

    I have no idea why ESPN thought Leshoure was the 8th (ish) best RB going into the offseason. Leshoure is one of just a few backs in the class that looks like they could carry 20 carries in a game, and he has proven all year long that he is a beast.

  3. Shane Vereen, California

    Vereen is becoming a sleeper of mine. He is getting a comparison to Jahvid Best who had a bad (take away a few games) start to his NFL career, but they are different players completely. Vereen isn't as explosive or fast, but he is much more powerful and isn't scared to go through the middle to gain yardage. He has some very similar qualities to Maurice Jones Drew from what I have seen.

    Vereen benched 31 reps at the combine and was taller and bigger than he was listed to be in college. Pair it with tape and I'd be ok with him going in the first round to a team that wants a runner with Maurice Jones Drew potential.

  4. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma

    Murray has an elite DM Score which ranks him among the league's best rushers. He needs to get kicked in the butt on some of his technique, but he has world class potential.

  5. Alex Green, Hawaii

    Credit to Mike Margittai to telling me to watch more tape on Green about a month ago. Green is moving up my personal draft board with every video that I watch of him. He is 6'0, 225 pounds and ran a 4.52 40-time at the combine which gives him a near elite 771 DM-Score. He statistically was a beast in college too. He only got 146 touches in Hawaii's insane passing offense so his legs are fresh, and he tallied 1,200 yards (8.2 YPC) and 18 scores (nearly once every 8 carries). I ask you to youtube him and fall in love.

  6. Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech

    Something scares me about a prospect that gets a ton of hype when other guys on the same team look better at times. But then again that is the Mark Ingram story.

  7. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State
  8. Jordan Todman, UConn
  9. Kendall Hunter, OK State

    Some people think that Hunter is the second best runner in the draft. Personally I don't see the upside that some do, but with the way some people talk about him it is hard not to inflate him just a little bit.

  10. Delone Carter, Syracuse

    198 yards and 2 scores in the Pinstripe Bowl and was MVP of the East West Shrine Game.

  11. Da'rel Scott, Maryland
  12. Quizz Rodgers, Oregon State
  13. Derrick Locke, Kentucky
  14. Bilal Powell, Louisville
  15. Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington
  16. Johnny White, UNC
  17. Roy Helu, Nebraska
  18. Stevan Ridley, LSU
  19. Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh
  20. Mario Fanin, Auburn
  21. Allen Bradford, USC
  22. Darren Evans, Virginia Tech
  23. John Clay, Wisconsin
  24. Noel Devine, West Virginia