2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TARIK COHEN: North Carolina A&T, 5063 178 4.41. Three-and-a-half year starter from Bunn, NC. Concluded his career with 5619 yards rushing. Three-time MEAC Offensive Player of the Year and the conference’s all-time leading rusher. Has almost fake, human joystick type movement. The stop and go quickness to straight line burst is elite. Always has his body under control. Low to the ground and easy to maintain balance. Feet are always under him. Can be hard to touch, let alone tackle. Can fit through creases that most cannot. Shows advanced route running and ball skills as a receiver. Takes pride in being a capable blocker. Bottom tier size and power. Simply cannot rip through arm tackles. If a defender gets his hands on him, it’s over. Won’t use straight lines enough, too much bouncing around. Doesn’t anticipate and forecast running lanes. Rushes into decisions. Cohen’s production and accolades fill up the wall. His jump in level of competition will be an enormous one. The quickness and burst on someone that is built so low to the ground screams Darren Sproles. Can he pack on some weight and handle NFL tackling? That’s the question but nobody can doubt the danger he presents when he gets the ball in his hands. 2016 stats: 1588 yds, 7.5 ypc, 18 TD, 37 rec, 339 yds, 9.2 ypr, 1 TD. OSR:14/30. Fifth/ sixth round. (A-29 1/8, H-10 1/8, BP-11, SS-DNP).