2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ALEX COLLINS: Arkansas, 5100 217 4.59. Junior entry from Fort Lauderdale, FL. Rotated with Jonathan Williams and Kody Walker over the past three years. Became the bell cow in 2015 after Williams was lost for the season. Collins rushed for over 1000 yards three years in a row. Ranks second in the all-time Razorback rushing annals. Herschel Walker and Darren McFadden are the only other two backs in SEC history to rush for more yards. Loose-hipped and capable of changing direction without a loss of speed or balance. Excellent vision and decision making. Runs with his chin over his toes and will deliver a blow to oncoming tacklers. Has a nice blend of quickness and power. Plays in a power spread and I-formation with a lead blocker. Runs behind the biggest offensive line in football, pro or college. Runs behind his pads with patience and good vision. Doesn’t give the defense many clean shots at him. Good cutting ability where he follows and cuts off his blocker. Gives effort as a blocker. Pushes the defensive end/pass rusher up the field. Plays with a good base. Excellent vision, foot quickness, and instincts to jump cut in the hole. Drives his legs on contact. Makes defenders miss or get up the field quickly. Breaks tackles on a regular basis. He broke five tackles on a 14-yard run versus Kansas State. Hits the hole and drives his legs on contact. Shifty and powerful. He plays much better on the field than he worked out at the Combine. 2015 stats: 1577 yds, 5.8 ypc, 20 TD, 13 rec, 95 yds, 0 TD. Did not finish workout at Combine due to migraine. OSR:20/24. Third/fourth round. (A-30 1/4, H-9 1/4, BP-18, SS-DNP).