3 Day-three running back targets Philadelphia Eagles should consider

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2246. . . . Caleb Huntley, Ball State . . player

Can the Ball State product be the answer the Philadelphia Eagles offense needs?

At five-foot-ten and 225-pounds Ball State running back, Caleb Huntley has the coveted size, combined with impressive footwork, and an underrated burst to be a star. A monster in a helmet, Huntley, has the ability to take over a game.

With his dominant run style, aggressive nature, and vision to make defenses look silly, he has all of the tools to be a huge acquisition for the Philadelphia Eagles.

What stands out in his college film is his ability to find the endzone and help in the short game. He also has the speed to pull away from defenders and take it to the house from anywhere on the field. Heading into the draft process, there were questions about his hands. Those were questions that he easily put to rest at the College Gridiron Showcase and his Pro Day.

Fans have clamored for some ‘thunder’ to add to Sanders’ form of ‘lighting’. Huntley fits the mold. The Eagles need to land talent no matter the size, and Caleb Huntley can be a star in Philly’s offense if he’s given the right opportunity.