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NFL Draft > 2012 Prospects > RB > Isaiah Pead

Isaiah Pead Scouting Report

Position: RB
Conference: AAC
School: Cincinnati Bearcats
Year/Status: Drafted
Jersey Number: #23
Height & Weight: 5'11 - 200 lbs.
Draft Prediction: Second Round
Drafted 2.18 in 2012 by STL

2012 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash4.47
Vertical jump33.0
Broad jump9'8
Three-cone drill6.95
20-yard shuttle4.32

2012 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati

Isaiah Pead is a highly-competitive, shifty running back with the Cincinnati Bearcats. Although he only has average size and bulk, he has good speed and flashes an elusive running style. Pead is averaging 6.2 yards per carry on 114 carries for 703 yards and eight TDs through seven games. He's also added 15 receptions for 106 yards and two TDs.

Pead's best attributes are his versatility as both a runner and pass-catcher, in addition to his quickness. He can make the first man miss and quickly accelerate to daylight. Pead really shows multiple gears when taking off through open spaces. Although, a below average offensive line has made him exhibit choppy footwork when hitting the hole, and he needs to flow into running lanes more decisively.

Cincinnati uses him in the slot and out of the backfield to catch passes on occasion. He shows good hands and has no problems getting upfield fast.

Once in the NFL, he'll need to learn to drive his body with his hips and thighs. By bulking up his lower half, he'll be able to run through more arm tackles. His vision could be better, but that can be hindered by struggling blockers.

Last Updated Mar-30-2012 by Matt De Lima

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