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One option might be Ball State running back Caleb Huntley, who spoke to The Riot Report last weekend to discuss his game, how he’s preparing for the draft and what he can offer an NFL offense. While his full interview can be found as part of our draft podcast series Scouting the Culture, it’s worth taking a moment to look at the tape and see what he can offer the Panthers as a potential day three pick.
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While Huntley is unlikely to run in the 4.3s at Ball State’s pro day scheduled for April 7th, he does show good quickness for a player of his size especially, and shows an ability to put his foot in the ground and get vertical quickly, allowing him to take advantage of momentary gaps to get into the second level: