9. TCU RB Darius “Jet” Anderson
If you follow me on Twitter, by now you know that Darius Anderson is one of my favorite prospects in the entire draft and was one of my favorite players in college football this year. Anderson, like Hasty, would be a better option as a backup for Saquon Barkley than any back on the NY Giants roster.
Anderson offers slightly more upside as both a rusher and receiver than JaMycal Hasty, but not as much pass-blocking prowess. Anderson has natural receiving ability with the ability to not only outrun defenders, but also to absorb contact and keep moving.
As a special teamer, Anderson offers upside with some experience as a return man. His ability to be patient and wait for blocks to develop while also having tremendous top speed makes him a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball, whether it be on offense or special teams.