BIOGRAPHY: Four-year starter awarded All-Conference honors every season and named Ivy League rookie of the Year as a freshman. Totals
on the ground last season included a team-leading 246/842/6 when he also added 15/95 catching the ball. Posted career numbers
of 327/1,619/23 as a junior when he set a school record for touchdowns.
POSITIVES: McLeod comes off an exceptional college career, yet he�s a marginal NFL prospect with limited upside. He could catch on
as a fourth running back if he displays skills on special teams this summer.
NEGATIVES: More of a one-speed, one-cut ball carrier who is not overly elusive and cannot run to daylight in the open field. Lacks strength
and does not break tackles.
ANALYSIS: Incredibly productive small-school runner with marginal skills for the next level. Displays outstanding vision, instincts,
and is a patient back who waits for blocks to develop. Quickly finds the running lanes, displays a burst through the hole
and weaves through the inside trying to create yardage. Runs with an aggressive style, putting his shoulders into defenders
and driving up the field on contact trying to pick up the extra yardage. Solid receiver out of the backfield, adjusts to the
errant throw, and looks the pass into his hands. Picks up assignments on the blitz giving effort blocking.