2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DARRELL HENDERSON: Memphis, 5083 208 4.58. Junior entry and two year starter from Batesville, MS. First-team All-America in 2018 after he averaged nearly nine yards per carry. A big play back in every sense of the word who scored 11 touchdowns from 50+ yards last season alone. He is an all or nothing type player who doesn’t exactly have elite speed or agility, but is a quick-reaction type mover who plays with hunger and desire. He is a smart runner who understands situations, not just a back that is always looking for the homerun. While the stats may have been inflated from poor defensive play by the opponents, Henderson can’t be ignored. There is a natural feel and knack for finding space that will translate at the next level, albeit he won’t be an every down player. Decisive and quick-footed that can adjust at the final moment to miss the meat of a hit from a defender. Contact balance is a plus with the kind of hunger that can be a weapon in and of itself. A lot of desire behind those pads. A slasher who can plant his foot and hit his top speed in a blink. Long runs were his specialty. Feeds off adrenaline and energy more than most. Can alter his running style on command. Can slide and slither his way through traffic but will also put his head down and bull rush a pile. Doesn’t get the push when he enters traffic. Needs space to be effective, won’t always fall forward in a pile. Needs to widen his base to create more leg drive. Doesn’t have a lot of experience as a blocker and the few looks he had weren’t impressive. Small hands combined with four fumbles over the last 344 carries can lead to ball security questions. 2018 stats: 1909 yds, 8.9 ypc, 22 TD, 19 rec, 295 yds, 15.5 ypr, 3 TD, 10-124 KOR, 12.4 avg. OSR:13/24. Fourth/fifth round. (A-31, H-8 5/8, BP-22, SS-DNP).