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Mixon was also able to maintain his efficiency over the course of two college seasons, as he increased his yards per touch from 7.9 in his freshman season to 8.1 despite handling 83 more touches. His 6.8 yards per carry in college ranks in the 91st percentile among NFL running backs. While Mixons 24.7-percent College Dominator only places him in the 42nd percentile, keep in mind that Mixon was second on the team in carries next to Perine. Mixon still gained 214 more rushing yards than Perine in 2016, and was far and away the better receiving back. The biggest questions about Mixon come off the field. He was not invited to the combine because of an incident in 2014 in which he was caught on tape punching a woman . He was suspended for the 2014 season. Mixon did put on a show at his pro day, running a 4.47 40-yard dash and posting a 114.22 Speed Score , which ranks in the 95th percentile of NFL running backs. He also put up 21 reps on the bench press. Mixons athletic profile is comparable to Ezekiel Elliots, and his pro day workout confirmed his status as perhaps the most talented running back in the draft class. Each NFL team will have to figure out where it stands on Mixon . -Kevin McHugh Christian McCaffrey, Stanford (PlayerProfiler #2 RB) Height: 5-11 40 Time: 4.48 (80th percentile) Speed Score: 100.3 (61st percentile) Burst Score: 124.3 (77th percentile) Agility Score: 10.79 (96th percentile) Bench: 10 reps (0 percentile) Best Comparable: Duke Johnson After a stellar career at Stanford, McCaffrey declared for the draft, as he had nothing left to prove at the college level. He posted monster numbers in his sophomore season in 2015, rushing for 2,019 yards and 8 touchdowns, while tacking on 45 receptions for 645 yards and 5 touchdowns and finishing second in the Heisman voting. Although not quite as dynamic in 2016, McCaffrey still was fantastic, amassing 1,603 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns, and with 37 receptions, was still able to catch the ball effectively. He played in 3 fewer games in 2016 due to the fact that Stanford did not make the Pac-12 Championship, and he sat out Stanfords bowl game against Iowa. His ridiculous production led to a 50.7-percent College Dominator , ranking in the 98th percentile as he averaged 6.3 yards per carry, which puts him in the 77-percentile among NFL running backs. McCaffrey dominated at the Combine, posting a 4.48 40-yard dash, placing him in the 80th percentile.

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