No. 2 Running Back Synjyn Days
People are going to think that I have Synjyn Days way to high on the most likely to succeed list, but I feel that he can be that late round pick that turns into Arian Foster.
Synjyn Days 2014 season was great when you consider that he ended up being the starter halfway through the season and really made the B-back position his own in a short amount of time.
157 carries for 924 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 5.9 yards pre carry is pretty strong for shared responsibility with another capable back in Zach Laskey.
His Orange Bowl performance is what has elevated in the eyes of a lot of NFL teams after running all over Mississippi State to the tune of 21 carries for 171 yards and three touchdowns.
His speed at 4.66 in the 40-yard dash should not bother anyone, because he has game speed.
6-foot-1, 230 pounds is the kind of size you need coming out of the backfield.
In the end, if a team like New England, Atlanta, or New York takes Days, he would be part of a solid committee of backs.
Personally, San Diego would be a nice fit for Days. He could be their new version of Natrone Means or Marion Butts.
Next: No.1 Shaq Mason