Chances are there are some coaches - and fans - losing sleep over who will replace their departed stars. But our Rivals.com experts found 10 seemingly gaping holes that may not be so difficult to fill after all. For instance, who needs Lawrence Jackson when Everson Griffen is around? Get inside for...[details]
The good: He's a quick, shifty scatback. He has a quick burst through the hole, with the speed to get to the second level and outrun defenders. He can make big plays as a runner and a receiver. He has excellent vision, balance and decision-making skills. He has sure hands and the ability to run fine routes, especially on screen passes and wheel routes.
The bad: It remains to be seen whether he can make tough inside yardage with any consistency in the NFL. He has had some minor nagging injuries, and that's a concern. As a blocker, he must show the toughness to contain linebackers.
This is special to Rivals.com from Frank Coyle. Coyle has written about the NFL Draft in his newsletter for more than...[Complete Bio]