2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about RODNEY ANDERSON: Oklahoma, 6003 224 4.55. Fourth year junior and one year starter from Katy, TX. Has been through the ringer when it comes to injuries. Season ending injuries to his leg, back, and knee have cut him short in three of his four years with the Sooners. The medicals with him could be the make or break when it comes to the final grade. On the field, he is as impactful as any running back in the class. Has the kind of lower body ease and fluidity paired with a nice burst and long speed that can take a small window into a huge gain. Moves exceptionally well and the fact he does it at 220+ pounds with excellent vision and feel make him a very attractive prospect. If the health stays on the positive side, he could be one of the best players in this class a few years from now. An athletic freak in every sense of the word. Burst and acceleration that leads to long speed. Swift and easy movement in traffic that can alter balance and direction as if he were on ice skates. A natural and consistent feel for where his blockers are in relation to the defense. Elite vision and decision making with the ball in his hands. A threat to score any time he touches the ball. Has more strength and downhill power than one would think. Can turn that speed and explosion into violent force against tacklers. Will push the pile when needed. Acrobatic and flexible pass catcher that can be a major threat there as well. Discussion here begins and ends with durability. Broken leg, broken back, and a torn ACL immediately and definitely drops the grade. Needs to do a better job of using his agility to miss contact. Takes a lot of unnecessary hits. Misses too much contact as a blocker. 2018 stats: (2 games) 119 yds, 10.8 ypc, 3 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine, right knee. Third/fourth round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 3/4, BP-25, SS-DNP).