RB Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State
—Has great agility to make tacklers miss and find extra yards.
—Has another gear to be a home run threat.
—Can be the change-of-pace back to pair with a bigger back; also has plus receiving ability and could be a return specialist.
—Only two years of wear and tear at the college level leaves him relatively fresh.
—Awesome ball security; no fumbles in his 2019 tape.
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—Undersized back who dominated the Sun Belt conference.
—Wants to take every run outside; needs to learn to keep runs inside.
—Was not able to break many tackles.
—Gets caught behind the line of scrimmage too easily.
Evans is a speed back with shifty open-field moves and good enough hands to be an immediate threat on third downs. He doesn't have the between-the-tackles power to be an immediate starter for a power scheme, but he brings enough juice in zone schemes to get a long look as a north-south runner with long speed.
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