Draft Rewind 2014: De’Anthony Thomas, Kansas City Chiefs

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about DE’ANTHONY THOMAS: Oregon, 5085, 174, 4.48. Junior entry. Rotational starter. Skips and explodes like a cat on a hot tin roof. Has a burst in space like a bottle rocket. The multi-purpose speedster is a 12-touch per game player because of his size. One or two touches will be a big gainer or touchdown. Played in only 10 games in 2013 because of an early ankle injury. Can line up in the slot or out wide as a pass receiver. Lines up in the backfield where he is hidden from sight and brings his electric style and speed to the kickoff return team. Can make cuts at full speed. Has fringe strength and is undersized as a feature running back. Lacks the mass and bulk to hold up physically. 2013 stats: 596 yds, 6.2 ypc, 8 TD, 22 rec, 246 yds, 1 TD. OSR:27/36. Fourth/fifth round. (A-29 7/8, H-8 1/8, BP-8, SS-DNP).

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