Consensus isn't always easy to find when it comes to NFL scouting evaluations, but three running back prospects training for the NFL Scouting Combine are aligned as the draft's three best at the position for NFL Media analysts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks.
Jeremiah and Brooks suggested possible team fits for each:
"(Houston) could be a nice fit for Ezekiel Elliott. ... a guy who can run, catch and also play with power. He'd also be a nice, solid fit in pass protection. Bill O'Brien needs a bell cow running back for them to go to the next level."
"I look at the Denver Broncos, now you can transform into a physical, pounding team. Get that zone run going, let him get downhill."
"They've had a lot of injuries at that position. They need somebody that can also protect the quarterback and help in the passing game, but can (also) grind out those tough yards. I think Alex Collins can give them that."