To use a comment made by the legendary wrestling commentator, Gordon Solie, with regard to Chris Rainey, "He isn't quick, he is sudden."
That is how Rainey has been since he set foot on the turf at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. And in the four years he has been in Orange and Blue, he may have been the most electric player to play football in Gainesville since guys named Tebow and Harvin.
Rainey may be one of the smaller running backs/returners in this draft, but he is one part Darren Sproles, one part Lionel "Little Train" James (for those of you who remember the Auburn great) and two parts Warrick Dunn.
And he can stop on a dime and change direction like Barry Sanders, although he is not as talented.
I believe at some point in the third round, he will hear his name called.
Here are some highlights to show you just how valuable he can be to an NFL team as a runner, receiver and returner.
Rainey is truly a triple threat.