Chris Johnson: Potential 2014 NFL Draft Replacements

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Bishop Sankey (Washington)

Dec 27, 2013; San Francisco, CA, USA; Washington Huskies running back Bishop Sankey (25) rushes for a touchdown against the Brigham Young Cougars during the first half at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Sankey is a natural runner who was extremely productive against top flight competition at Washington. The game tape shows he doesn’t have elite long speed, but he’s displayed exceptional quickness and versatility. He’ll need to prove he’s strong and big enough to handle the rigors of inside running at the next level, but he should be able to help out right away as a receiver and change of pace runner. He would benefit immensely from getting a little bigger and stronger, so long as he doesn’t lose any speed. A good 40 time at the Combine should only help his stock, as well, although Sankey is not expected to run anything better than a low 4.5 time.

Still, if the Titans are looking for more bang for their buck in the draft, they could wait until round three or four and hope Sankey is still hanging around.