2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about GERRID DOAKS: Cincinnati, 6000 230 4.65. Has been a part of a committee approach since 2017, Indianapolis, IN. Was the number one or two running back each season in which he played. First-team All AAC in 2020. Doaks has a unique tool set that will be attractive for teams looking for a power back. He carries 230 pounds with ease and has enough juice both in short spaces and in the open field. Isn’t dynamic enough to be considered an every down player or big play threat, but he can be effective in a specific role that will balance out a backfield that already has space threats. Brick house with sneaky speed when he has the ball. Hungry downhill runner that will truck over lone tacklers and push piles. Has a square-type frame that he lowers to the ground when approaching a defender. Hard ball carrier to wrap up. Hits his top speed in a hurry. Natural hands that can get to the ball away from his body. Physical and aggressive as a blocker. Nasty first hit and will work hard to keep his hat on his man. Lacks innovation and wiggle. Doesn’t show the ability to move late. Takes extra time to recalibrate after contact. Will break tackles but doesn’t always get the yards afterward. Missed time over 2018 and 2019 with separate lower body injuries. 2020 stats: 673 yds, 4.7 ypc, 7 TD, 14 rec, 202 yds, 14.4 ypr, 2 TD. Seventh round/PFA. (A-31, H-9 3/4, BP-19, SS-4.28).