I think Knile is going to fly up into the top 75 picks. I hope we can get McGee in the 3rd.
I know he blew up at the combine swerve, but he was a shadow of that 1,000 yard back from a few years ago. He does have great size and speed though, so we will see.
totally unproven guys rise high every year. Stephen Hill did nothing in college and got drafted early purely on ability. At least Davis has some proven history. I actually think he's the most talented of the backs. But he got derailed by injuries.
Arkansas RB Knile Davis ran "unofficial" forty times of 4.30 and 4.31 at the NFL Scouting Combine before being deemed with an "official" 4.37.
Much like the rest of Arkansas' offensive skill-position players, Davis was highly productive in 2011 before falling off the map last year, primarily due to injuries and landing in the coaching staff's doghouse. Davis is a rocked-up 227 pounds, though, and moving as fast as he did in the forty is uncommon. He's now a candidate to rise up draft boards, even if he doesn't play that fast. Feb 24 - 2:18 PM