2013 NFL Draft: Top 25 Running Backs

Virginia Tech v North CarolinaThe running back position has become one of the most important positions in the NFL with the recent success of the read option, and spread offense. Running backs are being utilized in ways never seen before all across the league. From splitting out wide as a receiver, to being the option man on a pitch play, running backs are becoming more versatile, and more valuable by the minute. Today we rank the Top 25 running backs int the 2013 NFL Draft.

Note: All prospect position rankings are subject to change throughout the course of the pre-draft process as we head towards the combine and individual pro days.

1. Giovani Bernard North Carolina

2. Eddie Lacy Alabama

3. Joseph Randle Oklahoma State

4. Andre Ellington Clemson

5. Montee Ball Wisconsin

6. Johnathan Franklin UCLA

7. Le’Veon Bell Michigan State

8. Jawan Jamison Rutgers

9. Kenjon Barner Oregon 

10. Mike Gillislee Florida

11. Stepfan Taylor Stanford

12. Christine Michael Texas A&M

13. Ray Graham Pittsburgh

14. Knile Davis Arkansas

15. Michael Ford LSU

16. Kerwynn Williams Utah State

17. Montel Harris Temple

18. Theo Riddick Notre Dame

19. Stefphon Jefferson Nevada

20. Marcus Lattimore South Carolina

21. Spencer Ware LSU

22. Cierre Wood Notre Dame

23. Robbie Rouse Fresno State

24. D.J. Harper Boise State

25. Chris Thompson Florida State

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