Height: 6-2
Weight: 239
40: 4.81
Year: 5Sr

Brett Morse

School: Iowa
Position: FB
Bio: Three-year starter used primarily as a lead blocker. Carried the ball just four times for 10 yards last season while adding 8/54/1 as a pass catcher. Junior totals included 35 yards rushing.
Positive: Hard-working lead blocker who does the little things well. Accelerates off the line into blocks, jolts defenders at the point of attack, and knocks them from their angle to clear the running lanes. Quickly picks up stunts or blitzes in pass protection, gets a pad on defenders, and knocks them away from the quarterback. Displays good blocking vision and works hard to finish the play.
Negative: Rarely used as part of the offensive game plan. Struggles redirecting to linebackers on the second level.
Analysis: Morse is a workhorse at lead blocker and does the little things well. Unlikely to get drafted, he could make the roster as a backup fullback who also excels on special teams.

Updated 4/28
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Mississippi
T3Jr
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Florida State
CB3Jr
31stJoey Bosa
Ohio State
DE3Jr
41stMyles Jack
UCLA
OLB3Jr
51stDeforest Buckner
Oregon
DE4Sr
61stJared Goff
California
QB3Jr
71stCarson Wentz
North Dakota State
QB5Sr
81stEzekiel Elliott
Ohio State
RB3Jr
91stRonnie Stanley
Notre Dame
T4Jr
101stLeonard Floyd
Georgia
OLB3Jr
111stJack Conklin
Michigan State
T4Jr
121stVernon Hargreaves
Florida
CB3Jr
131stDarron Lee
Ohio State
OLB4Jr
141stKevin Dodd
Clemson
DE4Jr
151stShaq Lawson
Clemson
DE3Jr
161stA'Shawn Robinson
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DT3Jr
171stLaQuon Treadwell
Mississippi
WR3Jr
181stRobert Nkemdiche
Mississippi
DT3Jr
191stEli Apple
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201stSheldon Rankins
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DT4Sr
211stPaxton Lynch
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221stMackensie Alexander
Clemson
CB3So
231stReggie Ragland
Alabama
ILB4Sr
241stAndrew Billings
Baylor
DT3Jr
251stWill Fuller
Notre Dame
WR3Jr