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  1. Draft pick: Tevin Coleman NFL draft: 2015 / Round: 3 / Pick: 73 Jamaal Charles NFL draft: 2008 / Round: 3 / Pick: 73 40 times: Tevin Coleman 4.39 seconds Jamaal Charles 4.36 seconds Heights and Weights: Tevin Coleman Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.85 m) Weight: 207 lb (95 kg) Jamaal Charles Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight: 199 lb (90 kg) Scouting Report: Tevin Coleman: Decisive north-south runner. Outstanding three-step burst into second level. Fearless between the tackles. Has dangerous jump-cut to instantly change gaps and ruin the plans of linebackers. Stays square to the line and is always in ready position to hit turbo. Has shown one-cut ability and natural change-of-direction talent without gearing down. Violent run finisher. Will duck shoulder and throw heavy forearm into tackler to prove a point. Not a content runner -- doesn't like to give in. Capable hands out of backfield and willing to square up and engage pass rushers on pass plays. Hits top speed so quickly that safeties and linebackers repeatedly take poor angles, leading to long touchdowns. Half of his 28 career rushing touchdowns were of 43-plus yards, including eight of 64-plus yards. Jamaal Charles: Smooth, well proportioned athlete. ... Good quickness off the snap. ... Reads blocks well and knows when to explode into the line and when to exercise patience and allow the blocks to develop. ... Elusive in the open field. ... Good start and stop and lateral agility to make defenders miss. ... Natural runner who flashes the stiff-arm, spin and forward lean to consistently gain extra yardage after contact. ... Best attribute is pure, unadulterated speed. ... Rare acceleration to burst through the defense and breakaway. ... Averaged 20.1 yards on his 34 career TDs, including 35.7 on TD receptions. ...
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