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RB Jeremy McNichols, Boise State — 2017 NFL Draft Profile

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RB Jeremy McNichols, Boise State  

  • As a starter, 2015-2016…53 total TDs in 25 games. 24 game streak with at least one TD.
  • Caught 88 passes as an RB the past two seasons, scoring 11 receiving TDs. Was a wide receiver in high school.
  • Fastest 40-time (4.49) among 211+ pound running back prospects at the 2017 NFL Combine (tied with Dalvin Cook)
  • Second largest hand size among RB prospects at the NFL Combine (10.0″)

 

 

*CFM Full Scouting Report (link):  CFM Scouting Report — Jeremy McNichols

  — McNichols beat or tied Dalvin Cook in every event they both participated in at the 2017 NFL Combine. Cook and McNichols had about the same (terrific) seasons in 2016…1,700+ yards rushing, 470+ receiving yards, and 20+ TDs for each. Yet, All you hear about is how great Cook is? Our tape scouting and computer scouting model grades both favor McNichols as the better prospect. See why in our scouting report detail. 

 

CBS Sports (as of this publish date) #11 RB prospect, #144 overall

ESPN (as of this publish date) #12 RB prospect, #140 overall

Dynasty Rookie Draft (ADP as of this publish date): #8 RB taken, #24 overall

 

 

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Measurables:

Info Hght Wght Hand ArmL 40-D 10-D Bench Vert. Broad ShSht 3-Cone
 Combine 5’8.5″  214  10.0″  31.5″  4.49  n/a inj.  35.5″ 10’1″ 4.28 6.93
 Pro Day  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x  x

 

 

College Statistics:

Year Games RushAtt RushYds RushTD YPC Rec RecYds RecTD
2014 9 17 159 1 9.4 15 155 1
2015 12 240 1,337 20 5.6 51 460 6
2016 13 314 1,709 23 5.4 37 474 4
TOTAL 34 571 3,205 44 5.6 24 1,089 11
Avg per gm last 2yrs X 22.1 121.8 1.72 5.5 3.5 37.4 0.40

 

 

Link to College Profile: Boise State 2013-2015 — Jeremy McNichols

Link to background storyIdaho Press — Jeremy McNichols background story going into 2016

 

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