Running back hasn't been a position of strength lately in the NFL Draft.
There have been three running backs or fewer taken in the first round of seven of the last 10 drafts, and 2010 should continue that trend.
For every Chris Johnson, there's a Darren McFadden, a so-called sure thing who doesn't live up to the hype.
You never know how a prospect will perform until they put on that uniform on Sundays. It's one of the many reasons the draft is so much fun to watch and analyze.
One wrong pick can set a franchise back years and can cost people their jobs.
Franchises looking for a running back better grab them early because this year's class is pretty weak.
Here are the top five running backs in the 2010 NFL Draft.