Patrick Taylor - Memphis

Height/Weight - 6'1/217/Hands-9.375"

Age/Birthday - 21 Years Old, (April 29, 1998)

Combine/Pro Day Results - 40-4.57, Vert-34.0", Broad-123.0"

Class - Senior

ConferenceAmerican Athletic (West)

NFL Draft Projection - Round 4-5

College Stats -

2019 - Rushing: 78/350/4.5/5  Receiving: 8/52/6.5/0

2018 - Rushing: 208/1122/5.4/16  Receiving: 17/197/11.6/2

2017 - Rushing: 157/866/5.5/13  Receiving: 19/148/7.8/1

2016 - Rushing: 93/546/5.9/2  Receiving: 11/37/3.4/0


NFL Player Comparison - David Johnson, Carlos Hyde, Bo Scarbrough

Current ADP - 60+ (Rookie Drafts), 300+ (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros


  • Absolute beast of a back who shows impressive contact balance, leg drive and power

  • Excellent quickness, when in congested areas able to power through & churn out yards

  • Surprisingly fast for 230lbs, great top end speed, able to pull away from defenders

  • Doesn't seem to have any issues with running with leverage despite his large frame

  • I'm really impressed in what he's able to do in the complimentary areas of the game

  • Effective in the pass game out of the backfield, in the slot as well as in the screen game

  • Shows burst & twitch to hit some home runs if he's able to get out into the open field

  • In his time at Memphis he was exposed to wide zone and power concepts alike

  • Taylor is a touchdown machine, he has incredible lower body strength & determination

  • Incredible size, speed, power combination to go along with NFL caliber frame

  • Excellent pass protector, not afraid to take a shot from rushers to keep his QB upright


Player Notes Cons


  • Times when he'll overrun pressing the line of scrimmage & work himself into a corner

  • Due to high frame, does have a difficult time really driving his cut leg into the ground

  • Nagging ankle injury kept him sidelined for significant periods of time in 2019

  • Will have to prove his quickness at the combine to not just be labelled a power back