You are correct, EP. We know Ryan Nall was bigger (taller and heavier) than Kareem Hunt and had a better broad jump at the Combine. So Nall is bigger and faster than Hunt (4.58 vs. 4.62 in Indy). Hunt put up 3 more reps on the 225lb bench press and had a slightly better vertical leap. However, Nall was one of the top performers (among running backs) in the shuttles and 3-cone. According to Pro Football Reference, Hunt did not participate in these drills? I wonder why? Actually, I guess the shuttles are irrelevant, based on how each fared as NFL rookies? Also, theoretically, all-things being equal, Nall should have had a decided edge over Hunt due to the fact that he played in the PAC-12, while Hunt played at some mediocre, mid-major school that draws no fans week-to-week. Think A.J. Oulette, who played at a similar school, will be given the same chances as Hunt? I doubt it. As it's obvious the system is "rigged" in the NFL at running back, wide receiver and all defensive positions. Here are the amazing stats by the "running backs" that Chicago kept over Nall: Bennie Cunningham (12 rushes 22 yards in 2018) and Taquan Mizzell (10 rushes 15 yards in 2018). Don't forget, not only did Nall lead the NFC in rushing yards during the Preseason, he led the Bears in tackles by a non-defensive player, proving he should've got a spot based on "special teams" coverage alone over Mizzell. Below are the "Scouting Reports" from the repulsive Lance Zierlein. One player is bigger, faster and played at a higher level. But his write up is much different than the smaller, slower player? Is it hard to guess which player is white and which is black? DRAFT PROJECTION PLAYER A: Round 3 BOTTOM LINE: Big back with plus vision and enough elusiveness to make the first defender miss. Feel for the rushing lane helps him choose the correct path between the tackles but lacks the burst to turn the 4-yard run into 14. Zone-scheme runner with serviceable hands out of the backfield. Adequate in most areas and has talent to become a backup that can step in and handle a bigger load if needed. -Lance Zierlein DRAFT PROJECTION PLAYER B: Priority Free Agent BOTTOM LINE/Overview: Is a "get what's blocked" runner who struggles to access the agility or burst needed to work outside the tackles. Does offer a fairly decisive downhill option with good vision who sees the hole and will hit it without dancing. Once he gets up a head of steam, Is able to finish with some power, but gaining the head of steam is challenging for him at times. May offer some short yardage potential, but it wouldn't be shocking to see a team try and convert him to a fullback or H-back in the pros. -Lance Zierlein http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/kareem-hunt?id=2557917 https://www.nfl.com/prospects/ryan-nall?id=32462018-0002-5602-3398-489802ebbc60 P.S.: Hunt might be a terrible person, but I must admit, he's been much better than Lance Zierlein predicted. Much more impactful and explosive than the phony scout predicted. If you look at his NFL.com write up, it appears Zierlein doesn't even know what he's talking about. Luckily for Hunt he got a fair chance to prove himself, something Nall was never afforded.