Abdullah was named Senior Bowl MVP in January after racking up 113 total yards on 11 touches. He was also a two-time team MVP at Nebraska.
Much like Bernard, he projects as a tough matchup in spread situations, taking the ball on screens, draws, swing passes and crossing routes.
In other words, he's an ideal complement to Joique Bell, a more physical back who grinds between the tackles, handling short-yardage situations and the four-minute, clock-killing offense.
If there's a knock on Abdullah, it's that he had the highest fumble rate among top prospects, averaging one spill every 35 touches during his four-year college career. There's also a question of whether he's ready for NFL-level pass protection.
Although Abdullah is a more talented back than Bell, we expect the two to share the load in Joe Lombardi's offense.