Following the conclusion of each day of the 2016 NFL Combine, prospect rankings for every position group that performed that day will be updated and published. These version of player rankings will include only players at the position that were invited to Indianapolis.
Here’s a look at the updated prospect rankings, including the top five overall prospects, for the running backs following their workouts at the 2016 NFL Combine. Physical measurements and results from every test that the top five players participated in are included.
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The stretch run of the 2015 Heisman race will include just three contenders: Alabama RB Derrick Henry, Stanford RB Christian McCaffery and Clemson QB Deshaun Watson.
Though he’s not a true slam-dunk no-brainer pick to win the award, Henry will arrive in New York City as the presumptive favorite, following a regular season campaign in which he totaled over 2,000 yards of offense and scored 23 touchdowns for the No. 2-ranked Tide.
Watson and McCaffery are both viable candidates as well. The Clemson QB is the face of the No. 1-ranked undefeated Tigers, while Stanford’s do-it-all playmaker—who ranks first nationally with 286 all-purpose yards per game—propelled the Cardinal to 11 wins and a Pac-12 title.
Every season, there are a select few offensive skill-positions players who stand out for their ability to routinely create big game-changing plays.
They are the special playmakers who possess that rare gift that’s necessary to create explosive plays that will energize their teammates, excite a crowd and expose opposing defenses.
They are the players that have the potential to create something absolutely electric any time they have the ball in their hands.
So who will be the playmakers that will be creating those big plays this fall?
Here’s a look at college football’s 10 most dangerous offensive weapons for the 2015 season.