Running Back Charles Scott was selected in the sixth round and he is a massive body at 5'11", 238 lbs to have in the backfield.
He is a no-nonsense running back who will not dance around in the backfield trying to make a play and is not adept to having to many plays for negative yards during the course of a game.
Scott takes the ball, puts his head down, and bull dozes piles out of his way.
Scott displays great balance at the point of contact and will consistently break tackles.
He is a productive player who gains strength in the later parts of a game once the defense is worn down—he could serve as a nice change of pace type player.
In 2009 Scott had some shotty numbers, which is what probably dropped his draft stock.
He ended with 542 yards on 116 attempts (4.7 avg,) and four touchdowns but we as Eagle fans have to look at his career numbers.
To round out his college career he had 2,317 yards on 424 attempts (5.5 avg) and 32 TDs.
He doesn't possess great speed as his game is more about size and power, isn't an elusive player and his overall receiving skills are questionable at best.
However, could you imagine Scott and Weaver lined up on a third and short situation?