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2005 NFL Draft Draft Tracker Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Players Positions Schools Conferences NFL Teams

 David Underwood Grade: 3.12
 Position: HB
 Class: Sr
 School: Michigan
 Conference: Big Ten
 Ht., Wt.: 5-11, 225
 40 Time: 4.65

BIO: Began the season as the team's starting running back yet suffered a concussion early in the campaign and posted just 29/132/2 for the year. Totaled career numbers of 52/270/2 as a junior playing behind Chris Perry.

POSITIVES: Well-built ballcarrier with solid size/speed numbers and running back instincts. Displays a burst through the hole, the ability to get outside around tackle and follows blocks anywhere on the field. Quick footed and bounces around defenders or piles. Displays good vision as a blocker or ballcarrier. Patient, keeps his feet moving up the field and works runs.

NEGATIVES: Lacks the ability to run to daylight. Marginal overall playing experience.

ANALYSIS: A career backup at Michigan, Underwood looked good when he finally moved into the starting position last season before injury halted his campaign. Looks polished, although his playing experience has been minimal, and he could end up being one of the bargains in this draft should he remain healthy.

PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent

2004 Receiving Statistics
Receptions Receiving Yards Yards Per Reception Touchdowns
1 8 8 0

2004 Rushing Statistics
Rushing Yards Attempts Average per Rush Touchdowns
129 29 4.4 2

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