With the NFL Draft right around the corner, many teams have continued to meet with top prospects, which helps solidify their pre-draft process.
The 2023 draft is filled with depth at several positions, including running back and quarterback.
Zach Evans is one of several top running back prospects and has been making the rounds, meeting with prospective teams.
According to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, Evans has recently met with the Dallas Cowboys, and his next stop is with the Carolina Panthers.
More visits today:
Auburn RB Tank Bigsby is visiting the #Cardinals
Jackson State CB/KR Isaiah Bolden is visiting the #Vikings; also has a #Broncos visit
Ole Miss RB Zach Evans is visiting the #Panthers; also recently visited the #Cowboys
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 12, 2023
Evans played in three seasons at Ole Miss and achieved his best statistical season during his junior year.
During his final season, Evans averaged 6.5 yards per carry and had nine rushing touchdowns along the way.
The Panthers and Cowboys are both in search of running back depth, and Evans could provide that for them.
Recently, the Cowboys moved on from Ezekiel Elliott and need a power back moving forward.
Evans is six feet tall and weighs 215 pounds.
Elliott is also six feet tall and weighs ten more pounds than Evans.
If a team gives Evans the chance, it will likely be because of his size, slotting in as a potential goal-line option.
Last season, the Panthers traded Christian McCaffrey to the San Francisco 49ers, leaving a hole in their running back room.
The Panthers did add Miles Sanders in free agency but need a backup running back, especially considering Sanders is more of a pass-catching back.
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