2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about QADREE OLLISON: Pittsburgh, 6005 228 4.58. Fifth year senior and three year starter from Niagara Falls, NY. Has had a back and forth career when it comes to both playing time and production. In a backfield that had a lot of changes via the James Conner situation early in his career, Ollison showed promise right away, winning ACC Rookie of the Year in 2015. Even though his role and playing time lacked consistency, he is one of the more intriguing height/weight/speed backs in this class. In addition, he is more than just an athlete. His vision and short area burst combined with powerful downhill steam make him a dangerous back if he is thrown into the right situation. The versatile back enters the league with a good amount of tread left and could be one of the breakout performers early in his career. Imposing size, strength, and power when he gets moving downhill. Not the guy you want to meet in an alley. He will leave a dent in everything he runs into. Excellent foot speed and burst with sneaky speed in the open field. Big, fast, and strong that can be put on display in space and in traffic. Sees the field well, makes good decisions with the ball in his hands. Follows his blocks and won’t waste any time. Efficient use of time and space when he has the ball. Quick and light footwork. Physical, impactful blocker who uses plus-technique via length and footwork. Versatile skill set that includes some work at fullback. Lacks innovation. Won’t create much on his own via lateral movement. Tight hips that struggles to stop his momentum and change direction. Pad level will always be a struggle for him. High hipped and overly prone to volume lower body hits by defenders. Not a natural hands catcher. 2018 stats: 1213 yds, 6.3 ypc, 11 TD, 11 rec, 66 yds, 6.0 ypr, 0 TD. OSR:18/24. Fifth/sixth round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 5/8, BP-19, SS-4.32).