The NFL draft is well underway and teams are pouring over their notes and taking deeper looks at game film. One position that requires an extensive review is the running back position, which can be a boom or a bust for a team.
Christine Michael enjoyed a decent collegiate career at Texas A&M, and while he showed a knack for finding the end zone (finding pay dirt at least 10 times twice in four years), he never rushed for more than 1,000 yards in a season.
Coming off of an ACL injury last season didn't help much, as he rushed for only 417 yards on 88 carries. He did score 12 times, so that made up for his lack of rushing production.
Michael enters the draft rated as a top-10 running back, but he brings a lot of risk, given his durability. He impressed at the combine but missed two team interviews because he overslept. While it may have been an isolated incident, such a thing could be detrimental to any prospect's draft stock.
Is Michael worth the chance? Can he be productive at the pro level?
Here are a few highlights of his college career. Watch and decide if he would benefit a running back-needy team in this month's draft.