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Gurley has terrific size, standing 6-foot-1 and weighing 226 pounds. He demonstrates a unique combination of power and burst, and has the athleticism to accelerate around the edge. He displays an extra gear in the open field; he broke several long runs in his career at the University of Georgia. He also has terrific vision, finding and exploding through even the smallest crease. His cutback ability is very good, and he maintains his balance and speed as he changes direction. He’s also a very good receiver, having caught 37 passes for 441 yards and six touchdowns in 2013.
Durability is a major concern following his ACL tear last November. Team doctors will have to sign off on him, as he continues his recovery. Even if team doctors green light him, there’s no guarantee he’ll return to his former self. Will he even be able to make an impact in 2015? Drafting him might be a long-term investment.
Gurley is the best running back talent to declare for the NFL draft since 2007, when the Minnesota Vikings selected Adrian Peterson with the No. 7 overall pick. Like any potential all-pro skill player, Gurley puts defenders on pins and needles, as he’s a threat to score every time he touches the ball. As a pro, assuming he is healthy, his style and physicality puts him in the same breath as Steven Jackson and Marshawn Lynch. If doctors clear him medically, he is one of the 10 best players of the 2015 class.