Found March 23, 2012 on Football Nation:
By most indications, Virginia Tech Hokies tailback David Wilson possesses all the makings of a starting NFL running back. He’s an excellent hybrid of size, quickness and power; not to mention, his resilience will allow him to handle more than 250 carries a year. Additionally, he’s flexible enough to be a receiver out of the backfield and a stellar kick returner.   Overall, Wilson posted an impressive NFL Combine performance. While he recorded a fast 40-yard dash time and led all participating tailbacks in the vertical and broad jumps, Wilson simply exhibited excellence in the pass-receiving portion of the Combine. No only did he appear to possess all the natural skills of a natural wide receiver, but he showed an absolute capacity to function as a three-down back at the next level. And due to his strong Combine performance, many scouts promoted Wilson to the second-rated halfback spot on their draft boards — considering that some teams are in desperate need for a talented running ...
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