Found March 23, 2013 on Football Nation:
With so much focus on finding a stable of running backs that can add up to the contributions of an all-around franchise back, Oklahoma State’s Joseph Randle is an intriguing option.  Randle has the potential to be a feature back in the future if he can continue adding strength to his frame, but he can be an effective contributor as a change of pace back and receiver out of the backfield.  Randle was extremely productive in his two years for the Cowboys and opted to declare for the NFL Draft as an underclassman.The issues that could hurt Randle going forward include ball security issues which he improved as a junior but needs to continue focusing on as he goes to the NFL as well as his blocking, but he offers teams a good amount of potential.  Randle likes to use power and drop his shoulder into opposing defenders and with more weight; his body will be more suited to his running style.Randle is in a competitive class for running backs as well as the depth overall and while he definit...

2013 NFL Draft Running Backs: Jamison, Randle, Taylor, Bernard, Lacy

As the overall draft stock of quarterbacks and wide receivers have risen in the past few drafts, the stock of running backs have seemed to simultaneously plummet like Wile E. Coyote off a cliff. Trent Richardson did everything he could last season to assuage the fear in front offices to use first round picks on running backs, but we will see if it was enough. With the influx of...
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