Johnson transferred to UCF after playing one season at Miami. During the 2013 season, his only as a full-time starter, Johnson totaled 1,139 yards and 14 touchdowns on 213 carries. He rushed for 124 yards and three TDs in UCF's upset win over Baylor in the Fiesta Bowl.
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He'll likely fall in the draft because of his 5-9 height, but the production was certainly there in college. In four seasons with the Badgers, White rushed for 4,015 yards and 45 touchdowns.
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James Wilder, Jr., Florida State
One of the most physical backs in this draft, Wilder rarely was brought down by a single defender in college. The biggest knock on the 6-2 Wilder -- son of James Wilder Sr. who spent the majority of his 10 NFL seasons with Tampa Bay -- is that he may run too upright.
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Terrance West, Towson
Because this isn't the strongest class of running backs, West chose to enter the draft after his junior season. West dominated his FCS competition, rushing for an impressive 2,509 yards and scoring 42 touchdowns.
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Marion Grice, Arizona State
Before suffering a leg injury at the end of the season, Grice was one of the most productive runners in college football. Even with missing three games, Grice rushed for over 1,400 yards and totaled 20 touchdowns (14 rushing, 6 receiving).
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Devonta Freeman, Florida State
Maybe the most underrated running back in this class. Freeman was the leading rusher for the national champion Seminoles. He rushed 173 times for 1,016 yards and became FSU's first 1,000-yard rusher since Warrick Dunn.
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Andre Williams, Boston College
The 2013 Doak Walker winner and Heisman Trophy finalist is a punishing runner who rushed for over 200 yards on five occasions in 2013. He suffered a shoulder injury late in the season, causing him to withdraw from the Senior Bowl.
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Charles Sims, West Virginia
A good all-around back that rushed for over 1,000 yards and caught 45 passes for 401 yards as a senior at West Virginia. Sims' first three years of college ball were spent at the University of Houston.
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De'Anthony Thomas, Oregon
Another 5-9 speedster that could possibly slip through the cracks. Thomas struggled with injuries in 2013 so he wouldn't be easing the minds at Valley Ranch in that department but he also wouldn't have the chance of being a mid to late round pick had he stayed healthy.
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Lache Seastrunk, Baylor
Seastrunk is only 5-9 and he struggled against some of Baylor's top competition, rushing for 59 yards against Kansas State and 19 yards against Oklahoma. But overall, he's one of the top backs in this class and he'd be a steal in the later rounds.