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Kendial Lawrence, Missouri, Running Back2011 Stats: 119 carries for 566 yards and five touchdowns, 14 catches for 77 yards2012 Stats: 200 carries for 1,025 yards and 12 touchdowns, 18 catches for 114 yardsStrengthsLawrence has shown to be a good running back at Mizzou and can run and catch the ball.Of course with senior Henry Josey being out two years in a row that has given Lawrence the time to show he can be an every-down back and produce every Saturday. He may only be 5'9", 195 pounds, but he can sure be a great back in the NFL for any team. Of course with Mizzou not doing so well this season, record-wise, the team didn't get the attention too much this season. So I only see him going in the 3rd round at the highest, but I do see an NFL team for him in the Draft. WeaknessesThere are some things that I see that could turn some teams around, and that being he is small, but I don't think that will stop him from making an NFL team. Lastly, there is some inexperience ...
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