2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BO SCARBROUGH: Alabama, 6013 228 4.53. Junior entry from Northport, AL. A two year contributor in a three back rotation. The deep Alabama rushing attack made it hard for any lone player to get consistent weekly touches. After landing in the shadow of Derrick Henry his freshman season in 2015, Scarbrough broke out in a big way over the second half of 2016. The near- Henry clone when it comes to size, speed, and running style ran for 363 yards and four touchdowns over the course of their three postseason games. After breaking his leg in the national championship, he bounced back fine, but never took the bull by the horn quite like he did in 2016. The strengths of his game are borderline dominant at times. A violent, make-you-think-twice downhill running style that can send defenders flying off him. Has more stop and cut ability to him than you would think for such a big back. Shows big, soft hands and a productive blocking style in limited opportunities. A true three-down threat that can help an offense several ways. Issues arise when he runs tall, which is his natural and most common style. Defenders attack his legs hard which has led to multiple lower body injuries. Doesn’t slip out of tackles, gets taken down too easily when he is in traffic for a back his size. Doesn’t feel or anticipate the inside running lanes. A risky but potentially elite-level value pick for the middle rounds. 2017 stats: 596 yds, 4.8 ypc, 8 TD, 17 rec, 109 yds. OSR:9/29. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 1/2, H-10, BP-14, SS-4.34).