After studying their college tape, NFL Films' Greg Cosell lumped Baylor's Lache Seastrunk, Washington's Bishop Sankey, and Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey into a group of spread offense-type backs and/or rotational runners.
"If you're going to run as your foundation offense, a three-wide, one-back spread-type offense, then you can play I believe with the Lache Seastrunks, maybe a Bishop Sankey, maybe a Ka'Deem Carey," said Cosell. "If you're going to line up with you know, 12 personnel, one back, two tight ends, or two backs and one tight end, I'm not sure those guys can do that for you on a consistent basis." Seastrunk is one of the most gifted natural runners in this year's class, but stands just 5-foot-9, 201, is awful in pass protection, and was rarely used as a pass catcher. He's like a poor man's David Wilson. Mar 26 - 9:01 PM