Running back has become arguably the hardest position to figure out for the NFL draft. The value of the position has fluctuated recently, and this particular 2014 draft class is tough to decipher.
There aren't any top elite talents, and there isn't even a somewhat general consensus as to who should be the first back taken. But there is a wealth of talent that could be available in the middle rounds.
This could lead more teams to try to find value later in the draft, and these five running backs all fit that mold. They've been overlooked for one reason or another and could end up being very successful in the NFL.
Here are this year's most overlooked running backs in the 2014 NFL draft.