The 2012 NFL draft is filled with running backs who project to be starters at the next level. In reality it is the best class at that position in over five years, that is saying something.
Isaiah Pead from Cincinnati is right in the middle of the pack on my big board, ranked No. 7 among running backs. He provides dimensions to an offense that some of the top backs ranked above him do not possess.
This article is going to focus on five strengths and weaknesses of his game.