NFL Draft Scouting Report: Devon Achane, Texas A&M
Devon Achane spent three seasons at Texas A&M, in the first two he was Isaiah Spiller's backup. Despite that, he gained 910 yards rushing in 2021. Last season he earned a spot on the main roster and proved to be one of the NCAA's most efficient running backs. Made the SEC All-Star team as an early-round pick and all-around player at the end of the year. Was a track and field athlete, with his results in the 100- and 200-meter dashes ranking in the top 10 in program history.
NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: RB Devon Achane, Texas A&M
Weight: 185 lbs
40 time: 4.32 seconds
Devon Achane Stats
1102 yards and 8 touchdowns rushing, 196 yards and 3 touchdowns on receptions.
Devon Achane Scouting Report: Strenghts
- Very agile
- has good starting and distance speed
- sees the field well and chooses his passing attack
- showed as one of last season's best playmakers in open space
- reliable on receptions
- successful on returns
Devon Achane Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- sometimes too focused on trying to set up big play
- doesn't have enough power to drop tackles;
- useless as a blocker
Devon Achane Scouting Report: Summary
Very fast and agile runner, posing a constant big-play threat. Excellent change of speed and direction, useful on the receiving end, patient, disciplined, and possesses creativity. Has played successfully on special teams and scored two touchdowns on kickoff returns during his career. His biggest problem in the NFL will be his size. His lack of power limits his use in pass rush situations, and he can't play power in situations where you need to chew up a few yards. Devon Achane can be a tandem with a more powerful running back and will come in handy for a team looking to add speed out of the backfield.
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