Draft Rewind 2014: Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about JEREMY HILL leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft: LSU, 6005, 233, 4.66. Junior entry. Two-year starter. A powerful downhill slasher on inside zone runs. A North-South runner from the I-formation that is not easy to tackle. Good balance and open field vision. A strong back who can break tackles with strength and leg drive. Gets yards after first contact. Very athletic for a man his size. Plays in a 3-back rotation where he is always fresh. Has long arms and catcher’s mitt-sized hands. Many times he has a clear path to the second level and then he picks up speed to become a battering ram to oncoming tacklers. Efficient short yardage back. Runs behind his pads and can be his own blocker. Hardnosed and loves contact when the ball is in his hands. An explosive back with good lateral agility. Needs technique work to take on a pass rusher to be effective in pass pro. Has some off field red flags. 2013 stats: 1401 yds, 6.9 ypc, 16 TD, 18 rec, 181 yds, 0 TD. OSR:18/36. Second/third round. (A-32 5/8, H- 10 3/8, BP-20, SS-DNP).

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