2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KENYAN DRAKE: Alabama, 6005 210 4.38. Has been an important fit into Alabama’s running back rotation since signing with the Tide out of high school. From Powder Springs, GA. Has rare running back speed where he can score carrying the ball out of the backfield, catching the ball, or returning a kickoff. A broken field runner with enough shake and burst to make a defender miss in space. Drake is a rare four-down back who is reliable and dependable. He’s a natural hand catcher who adjusts well to the ball. Good running skills and talent to be effective as an inside slasher or an outside game breaker. Natural instincts and feel for running the ball. Good vision and quick reactions. He can create yards on a poorly blocked play. Good eye/hand coordination to catch all pass routes. Good lateral quickness. A confident playmaker. A good rotation type NFL back. Broke his left leg versus Ole Miss in the fifth game of 2014 and broke his arm on November 14th versus Mississippi State. But he then returned and played in the SEC championship game. Needs to get stronger to hold up to NFL caliber hits. 2015 stats: 408 yds, 5.30 ypc, 1 TD, 29 rec, 276 yds, 9.52 ypr, 1 TD. OSR:12/24. Third/fourth round. (A-31 3/4, H-9 3/4, BP-10, SS-4.21).