2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BRIAN HILL: Wyoming, 6010 219 4.56. Junior entry from Belleville, IL. Two-year starter. His 4287 yards over three years trails only Dalvin Cook and Donnel Pumphrey nationally. A light-footed runner with loose hips and good agility in traffic. Experienced in downhill zone running pro style, I-formation schemes. Good vision and feel for finding holes and creases to burst through. Good contact balance. A patient runner who sets up his blockers. Runs with a low pad level and can hide his way through traffic before he leaks into the second level, then sticks his foot in the ground and gets north and south. A physical back who uses a wicked stiff arm. Can make a defender miss in space. Bounces off tacklers. Runs hard but could use some more lower body power. Needs to work on his pass pro blocking and receiver skills. Has had some minor off field and discipline issues. The production and notable feel for shifting his way through traffic will get everyone’s attention. The biggest question is, and will be, can he break tackles in the NFL? 2016 stats: 1860 yds, 5.3 ypc, 22 TD, 8 rec, 67 yds, 8.3 ypr, 0 TD. OSR:9/30. Fourth/fifth round. (A-31 3/8, H-8 7/8, BP-15, SS-4.35).