— Samaje Perine gets lost in the 2017 NFL Draft because of the sudden emergence of athletically gifted 230+ pound running backs this year (Fournette, Foreman, etc.). Should supply and demand hurt his value? Is there an argument where you could push Perine as an equal to or better prospect than Fournette? We look at Perine’s career and measurables in our computer scouting models and full scouting report.
CBS Sports (as of this publish date) #9 RB prospect, #129 overall
ESPN (as of this publish date) #11 RB prospect, #138 overall
Dynasty Rookie Draft (ADP as of this publish date): #6 RB taken, #13 overall
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Perine’s NCAA Record 427 rushing yards vs. Kansas
You have to watch this, if you have a soul (but start at 1:00 mark to not start out on a corny note)…