Allen Bradford Scouting Report
Allen Bradford
Allen Bradford - USC (HT: 5-10⅞ - WT: 242)
Combine 40: 4.58 - Position Rank: 20 of 35

Positives: Good speed for his size, is not a burner but has a second gear and is tough to tackle in the secondary when he gets to full speed... Good balance, tough to knock off center... Powerful runner, likes to punish defenders, an absolute load to bring down... Keeps his pad level low and his legs moving at all times, one of the best power runners in this class... Aggressive running style, very physical... Patient runner, does a good job waiting for his blocks to set up before running up field... Has experience lining up at fullback and is an adequate run blocker... Ended his career on a strong note running for 212 yards and a touchdown against UCLA in his final collegiate game... High character, has shared a loaded backfield throughout his entire career without complaining... Typical north/south bruiser... Versatile, tweener halfback/fullback whose biggest contribution will be around the goal line.

Negatives: Not creative in open space, looks to lower his head and take on defenders rather than breaking the long run... Struggles to change direction, gears down when cutting in the secondary... Is not a receiving threat, doesn't have good hands and is very inexperienced in the passing game, only had 14 career receptions while at USC... Redshirted in 2008 due to a hip injury early in the season... Underachiever throughout his career at USC, was a five star recruit coming out of high school and never produced up to his abilities... Was overshadowed by teammates for most of his career.

    Rushing   Receiving
  267 1587 5.9 73 16   14 176 12.6 47 4
2006 USC   13 42 3.2 11 1   3 33 11.0 17 1
2007 USC   15 26 1.7 6 1   3 23 7.7 11 2
2008 USC   14 57 4.1 15 1   4 44 11.0 17 0
2009 USC   115 668 5.8 43 8   1 2 2.0 2 0
2010 USC   110 794 7.2 73 5   3 74 24.7 47 1

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