After breaking Hall of Famer Barry Sanders' single-season record for all-purpose yards, McCaffrey was the Heisman runner-up in 2015.
"Have you ever seen a guy catch the ball that good?" another scout said to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "He's a mismatch guy, and when they get in the league they make hay. ... The other thing is, you don't have to worry about that kid. He has been prepared for the NFL since he was born. When you get guys with dads that played in the league, they've been told all their lives to compete."
Viewed as a premier receiver in addition to an elusive tailback, McCaffrey is one of the most versatile offensive weapons to enter the league in years. As a runner, he flashes a patient style similar to Le'Veon Bell's. As a receiver, he's a natural fit in the slot. As a return specialist, he's a threat to take it to the house on every kick.