Philadelphia Eagles: Ranking NFL Draft’s top 20 prospects at running back
Michael Warren II is the workhorse running back that the Eagles offense seems to be missing. He’s carried the ball a lot in three seasons, 559 times to be exact, but he’s stayed relatively healthy and consistent, tallying a 5.2 yards per rush average for his career.
There’s a lot to be excited about here.
Darius Anderson is a five-foot-eleven, 195-pound standout who was overshadowed in the TCU offense by the presence of Jalen Reagor, but he’s a nice option in his own right.
In 43 career games, he toted the rock 430 times for 2,418 yards, good for a career average of 5.6 yards per rush and 18 touchdowns. He’s also capable of contributing in the passing game even though he wasn’t used in that role very often. He did catch 22 passes for 128 yards in 2019 though.
Jot his name down if you don’t already know it.