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When you look at the draft profile on Synjyn Days he is rated 42nd out of 183 draft eligible running backs and the 553rd best draft prospect overall according to nfldraftscout.com.
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Days has long been seen by Georgia Tech fans as a capable running back who runs hard and takes care of the football.
In 2014, Days ran 157 times for 924 yards and nine touchdowns averaging 5.9 yards per carry while doing a great job of taking over the starting spot when Zach Laskey went down with a shoulder injury midway through the season.
He gained his national notoriety after punishing the Mississippi St. Bulldogs in the Orange Bowl when he ran for 171 yards and three touchdowns including a 69-yard back breaking TD when MSU was trying to make a comeback.
While Days was participating in the Medal of Honor Bowl it was reported that Days was approached by as many as 15 NFL scouts and even was told by a New England scout that the Patriots would like to give him a private workout.
In his pro day he ran 40-yard dash time in around 4.6 seconds.
We have already decided where on the West Coast Days should be sent just so he can get some of that California lifestyle while also getting a solid opportunity to carry the ball for a pretty solid team.
But where else in the NFL would be a good look for him in the NFL ?
Here are three ideas that may or may not make sense to you.