Another running back who's been easily overshadowed by his quarterback, Chris Polk had to deal with Jake Locker at quarterback before he was drafted last year.
With Locker gone, Polk ran for 1,488 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns last season. He also recorded 31 receptions for 322 yards and four touchdowns, as well.
He'd probably record even better statistics if Washington's offensive line wasn't so mediocre.
He's been consistent in this three years as a starting back for the Huskies, rushing for at least 1,100 yards in each of those seasons.
He's not the most explosive back in the draft, but still has plenty of speed to show.
What's great about Polk is his vision in finding open lanes to run through and his ability to protect the football.
However, the way he breaks tackles may be his best attribute. Stiff arms, spins, jukes; you name it, this guy does it, and will do whatever it takes to keep going.
The only concern is durability. He's had two shoulder surgeries, so one may wonder if he can handle a workload in the NFL.
Polk is projected by CBS Sports as a second or third-round pick.