The NFL combine has always been the best pre-draft showcase for players looking to improve their stock.
Now that it is over, many people will be wondering which players will end up where.
One player that turned heads at the combine was top running back prospect Bijan Robinson.
He spent the last three seasons at the University of Texas, where he averaged 6.3 yards per carry.
Robinson has everything you look for in a future star running back.
He is a rare blend of size, speed, and quickness that we rarely see in running backs.
There is a reason some people are calling him the best running back prospect since Adrian Peterson.
Former NFL GM Scott Pioll thinks Robinson is a championship player.
"He is a championship player. He is the kind of person that you can win championships with."@scottpioli51 on RB Bijan Robinson's performance at the combine pic.twitter.com/7MFyVK7KLT
— Good Morning Football (@gmfb) March 7, 2023
There seem to be no issues with Robinson as a player, only the position that he plays.
We have seen in recent years that taking running backs high in the draft may not be worth it.
Each draft class has a few diamonds in the rough you can find on day three.
For example, we saw Isiah Pacheco get selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the seventh round.
All he did last season was lead their team in rushing.
But, you can guarantee that some team will take Robinson in the first round.
He is an offensive weapon, that would most benefit a win-now team.
Some teams that could make sense for Robinson are the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, and Buffalo Bills.
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