Jacquizz Rodgers Scouting Report
Jacquizz Rodgers
Jacquizz Rodgers - Oregon St. (HT: 5-5⅞ - WT: 196)
Combine 40: 4.64 - Position Rank: 10 of 35

Positives: Does a great job securing the ball, rarely fumbles... Shifty, defenders never seem to get a good shot on him... Great stop and go runner, changes his speeds constantly... Outstanding short area burst, is more shifty/quick than fast... Runs low to the ground, is able to break more tackles than one would expect because of his forward lean... Always driving his legs forward... Great receiver out of the backfield; will lineup in the slot and run underneath routes at times... Incredibly productive college player, three consecutive 1100 yard rushing seasons and 46 career rushing touchdowns... Has accumulated 4,933 yards from scrimmage and 51 touchdowns over the past three years... Consistent, has played in every game the past two years and has only one game under 60 rushing yards which was at Boise State this year... Has the ability to return kickoffs.

Negatives: Very small, will not be able to shed tacklers at the next level like he did at the collegiate level... Not the fastest guy on the field, NFL linebackers will be able to chase him, ran a very disappointing 4.64-40 at the combine... Doesn't always wait for his blockers will try to break the long run rather than be patient... Ineffective pass blocker, larger defenders are able to run through him... Likely a change of pace back, upside is limited by his lack of size and speed.

    Rushing   Receiving
  788 3877 4.9 74 46   151 1056 7.0 48 5
2008 Oregon St.   259 1253 4.8 33 11   29 247 8.5 41 1
2009 Oregon St.   273 1440 5.3 61 21   78 522 6.7 48 1
2010 Oregon St.   256 1184 4.6 74 14   44 287 6.5 28 3

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