— 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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