Marlon Mack
Round 2-3
Eventual Starter

Marlon Mack

Running Back
South Florida
  • Year: Junior
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 213
  • 40-Yard: 4.50
  • Arm: N/A
  • Hand: N/A

Strong Points

Very quick and fast with excellent vision and decision-making ability. Able to make the big play. Runs with power and can get yards after contact. Reliable receiver with good hands. Shows patience until he finds a seam.

Weak Points

Marginal size and needs to add strength and bulk to his upper body. Needs a lot of work with pass protection technique and positioning. While he has good hands, he needs to improve his route-running ability. Not physically ready to be a full-time player at the NFL level.

The Way We See It

Mack is a true junior entering the draft. He had an outstanding career at South Florida, rushing for more than 3,600 yards in three seasons. While he lacks great size, he has excellent quickness and speed to go along with very good vision and decision-making skills. Has a way of finding an open seam. He is a true big-play threat at the college level. Has the skill set to turn a short gain into a large one. He has good hands and is a reliable receiver. At the next level, he is going to have to get bigger and stronger, especially in the upper body, to hold up. Until that happens, I see him as a rotational player. Like most college backs, he will also need work on his pass-blocking skills.