2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TODD GURLEY: Georgia, 6005 222 4.49. Junior entry. Thirty game starter from Tarboro, NC. Bell cow back who doesn’t need to be taken off the field in any situation. Was suspended and injured in 2014, shortening his quest for the Heisman Trophy. Gurley has the size and movement ability to be a dominant three down back. He can pick up the tough yards between the tackles but also break free into open space and run away from defenders. Very smart running back who is aware of the defense and game situations. If he can return to full strength after tearing his ACL, Gurley can be an elite back. He’s a blend of size, speed, and agility. Thick lower body that creates tremendous drive and power. Has a burst from a dead stop position to top end speed. Breaks tackles consistently and is always falling forward to pick up the extra few yards. Agile and quick when changing directions. Runs with good lean and a low pad level. Quality blocker and receiver out of the backfield, a true three down back. Coming off a torn ACL. Played through several minor injuries prior to the knee. Drags out plays with his aggressive style and leaves himself prone to extra hits. Exposes too much of his body and legs to defenders. Will pluck the ball in his hands or body catch as needed. 2014 stats: 911 yds, 7.4 ypc, 9 TD, 12 rec, 57 yds. Medical exclusion at Combine, left knee ACL. First round. (A-31 1/2, H-10, BP-17, SS-DNP).