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    Jaleel McLaughlin, Running Back, Youngstown State

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    Height: 5082
    Weight: 192
    Hand: 858
    Arm: 3038
    40-yard dash: 4.44 ✅
    10-Yard Split: 1.60 ✅
    Bench: 17 reps
    3-Cone: 7.43
    Shuttle: 4.30 ✅
    Vertical: 31"
    Broad: 9' 07"
    R.A.S.: 3.90

    Awards and Honors
    NCAA All-Division Career Rushing Leader 👀 👀 👀
    2-Time Team Captain
    2022 FCS First-Team All American
    2022 First-Team All-MVFC
    2022 MVC Offensive Player of the Year
    2021 FCS Third-Team All American
    2021 First-Team All-MVFC
    2020 Second-Team All-MVFC
    2019 Division II First-Team All-American
    2018 Division II First-Team All-American

    Stats by Year
    2022: 227 carries for 1588 yards and 13 touchdowns
    2021: 175 carries for 1139 yards and 10 touchdowns
    2020: 133 carries for 691 yards and 5 touchdowns
    2019: 345 carries for 2316 yards and 33 touchdowns
    2018: 378 carries for 2421 yards and 19 touchdowns

    Career Totals
    1250 rushing attempts for 8166 yards (6.5 ypa) and 79 touchdowns
    66 receptions for 643 yards (9.7 ypr) and 5 touchdowns
    30 kick returns for 453 yards (15.1 ypr)

    Prospect Profile from Lance Zierlein of NFL.com
    Slashing runner who relies on his burst, wiggle and speed to stack up yardage and touchdowns. McLaughlin looks to run to daylight, but he has a hard time trusting the play development if he doesn’t see a clear point of entry. He has a plus burst and the speed to get past the second level or make a dash for it wide. He won’t be able to handle pass protection on third downs but does have talent as a receiver out of the backfield. McLaughlin can compete for a role as a change-of-pace option for teams looking to add a dual-threat back.

    Strengths:
    ✔ Averaged 15.8 yards per catch and seven yards per carry in 2022.
    ✔ Ability to dart in all directions with sudden stop and go.
    ✔ Uses speed and elusiveness to create yards for himself.
    ✔ Surprising contact balance for his size.
    ✔ Dangerous weapon as a receiver out of the backfield.
    ✔ Burst and build-up speed create chunk-play ability.

    Weaknesses
    ✔ Doesn’t always trust the blocking scheme.
    ✔ Needs to run with better discipline to the run track.
    ✔ Will struggle to break tackles on the pro level.
    ✔ Misses run-lane development when bouncing runs wide.
    ✔ Pass blocking falls well below NFL standards.

    Draft Projection: Round 6





  • #2
    Quick, ain't he?

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    • #3
      I like his chances at making the team as the 3rd back! We already have the muscle with perine! And Williams! This explosive guy here would be great change of pace guy to pop some huge runs after we been mailing teams to death with smashing runs and play actions over the top. Then hand it to this little lightning bug in the 4th quarter and have him use them jets and quickness to bust open huge 40-50 yard plus runs!

      lol I’m overly excited but I really like what I seen from this kids film for a 3 back

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      • #4
        So there is the Keaton Mitchell type. Small, fast, can do multiple things are a runner and receiver. Can't do pass protection for real. Not bad for a change of pace back prospect. Probably competing with Crockett and Badie for that role.

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        • Allen_C
          Allen_C commented
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          We have Badie, McAllister and now Mclaughlin as a scat back type in camp. Chances are one of them make the initial 53 if J Will isn't ready to roll.

        • IndelibleScribe
          IndelibleScribe commented
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          I imagine the Broncos will keep 3 RB's even if Javonte is healthy. Burton is a FB, Payton likes using 3-4 guys. Javonte and Perine are locks. Means you need a 3rd down scat type at the very least.

      • #5
        Originally posted by IndelibleScribe
        So Theresa's is the Keaton Mitchell type. Small, fast, can do multiple things are a runner and receiver. Can't do pass protection for real. Not bad for a change of pace back prospect. Probably competing with Crockett and Badie for that role.
        Living in Greenville, NC (East Carolina) I was really hoping Broncos would go after Keaton "Deuce" Mitchell. Was surprised he didn't get drafted. McLaughlin looks legit though.

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        • #6
          Originally posted by cousinal11

          Living in Greenville, NC (East Carolina) I was really hoping Broncos would go after Keaton "Deuce" Mitchell. Was surprised he didn't get drafted. McLaughlin looks legit though.
          Given our shown interest in him I was shocked we didn't sign him. I wanted him badly.

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          • #7
            Jaleel McLaughlin reminds me soooo much of Eric Page from Toledo -- anyone remember him? Two-time All American wide receiver, punt returner, and kick returner, and came out as an underclassman in 2012. Different position than McLaughlin, but exactly the same bodies and gliding movement skills.

            I was super excited when the Broncos signed Page as a UDFA, but he tore up his knee in training camp, and then they cut him.

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            • #8
              Probably not the best idea to compare a rookie with potential to a rookie who got hurt and never was. Might end up a jinx.

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              • #9
                Originally posted by IndelibleScribe
                Probably not the best idea to compare a rookie with potential to a rookie who got hurt and never was. Might end up a jinx.
                Don't worry, I'll throw some salt over my shoulder and knock on some wood, if you're really worried about it.

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by BowlenBall

                  Don't worry, I'll throw some salt over my shoulder and knock on some wood, if you're really worried about it.
                  I'm just saying, we don't want to Adrian Madise the poor guy.

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                  • #11
                    There certainly are packages you can use effectively with a guy like this to stress a Defense.

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                    • #12
                      He looked good against NDSU this year.

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                      • BowlenBall
                        BowlenBall commented
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                        Better than Hunter Luepke?

                      • Vera Hara
                        Vera Hara commented
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                        Hunter had one more score, but McClaughlin had ~ 200 APY that game. Anyone who can mow through NDSU's defense catches my attention.

                    • #13
                      I don't see it with this guy. Cut before train camp I predict. I don't see him surviving contact, just don't like his frame and he isn't fast enough to just run through holes untouched at the NFL level.

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                      • Broncocalijohn
                        Broncocalijohn commented
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                        I have no problem with this prediction but possibly make it through to a game or two in preseason. Amazing people get so hyped up with low draft picks and UFDA even though 1 UFDA makes it through every season for the last 5 or so. We do need to look at RBs but what will make this one so special? Of course over the top homer, Mr. The Worst Prediction Fan Ever now blocks him for an open minded opinion.

                      • Jeudy10Mims19
                        Jeudy10Mims19 commented
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                        Nah he’s not as bad as the couple I blocked…..yet it takes ALOT to earn a block from me. Even though he makes a comment bout fant tun through arm tackles as if he knows what this kids bring into the table! Unless he’s gonna out run defenders? Have you not seen his speeed?

                      • uplink
                        uplink commented
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                        ok I was wrong about this guy. He also can run inside and push the pile.

                    • #14
                      Damn, that 2019 season must have been unreal. 2,300 yards and 33 touchdowns must have been fun!

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                      • #15
                        Originally posted by cmhargrove
                        Damn, that 2019 season must have been unreal. 2,300 yards and 33 touchdowns must have been fun!
                        Yeah and this idiot uplink talking about he don’t see ANYTHING in this kid at all lmao.

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                        • uplink
                          uplink commented
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                          Just what I though when I watched the highlights. I like my NFL RBs with the ability to run through some contact, so its a matter of taste. A guy with that build would have to run a sub 4.3 40 to be as good as a guy that can run through a tackle or two. If he can run past NFL defenders the way he does in the videos against small school defenders then he is going to be great.
                          Last edited by uplink; 05-01-2023, 09:43 PM.

                        • Jeudy10Mims19
                          Jeudy10Mims19 commented
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                          He clearly plays way faster than 4.4 dude! And 4.4 is pretty damn fast as it is! It’s break away speed so being able to actually PLAY FASTER BECAUSE OF ADRENALINE means he’s actually running about 4.37 ish

                      • #16
                        Watch out for this one. Seriously.

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                        • #17
                          Originally posted by BowlenBall
                          Jaleel McLaughlin, Running Back, Youngstown State

                          Click image for larger version

Name:	Jaleel-McLaughlin-Youngstown-State.jpg
Views:	745
Size:	695.7 KB
ID:	241668

                          Height: 5082
                          Weight: 192
                          Hand: 858
                          Arm: 3038
                          40-yard dash: 4.44 ✅
                          10-Yard Split: 1.60 ✅
                          Bench: 17 reps
                          3-Cone: 7.43
                          Shuttle: 4.30 ✅
                          Vertical: 31"
                          Broad: 9' 07"
                          R.A.S.: 3.90

                          Awards and Honors
                          NCAA All-Division Career Rushing Leader 👀 👀 👀
                          2-Time Team Captain
                          2022 FCS First-Team All American
                          2022 First-Team All-MVFC
                          2022 MVC Offensive Player of the Year
                          2021 FCS Third-Team All American
                          2021 First-Team All-MVFC
                          2020 Second-Team All-MVFC
                          2019 Division II First-Team All-American
                          2018 Division II First-Team All-American

                          Stats by Year
                          2022: 227 carries for 1588 yards and 13 touchdowns
                          2021: 175 carries for 1139 yards and 10 touchdowns
                          2020: 133 carries for 691 yards and 5 touchdowns
                          2019: 345 carries for 2316 yards and 33 touchdowns
                          2018: 378 carries for 2421 yards and 19 touchdowns

                          Career Totals
                          1250 rushing attempts for 8166 yards (6.5 ypa) and 79 touchdowns
                          66 receptions for 643 yards (9.7 ypr) and 5 touchdowns
                          30 kick returns for 453 yards (15.1 ypr)

                          Prospect Profile from Lance Zierlein of NFL.com
                          Slashing runner who relies on his burst, wiggle and speed to stack up yardage and touchdowns. McLaughlin looks to run to daylight, but he has a hard time trusting the play development if he doesn’t see a clear point of entry. He has a plus burst and the speed to get past the second level or make a dash for it wide. He won’t be able to handle pass protection on third downs but does have talent as a receiver out of the backfield. McLaughlin can compete for a role as a change-of-pace option for teams looking to add a dual-threat back.

                          Strengths:
                          ✔ Averaged 15.8 yards per catch and seven yards per carry in 2022.
                          ✔ Ability to dart in all directions with sudden stop and go.
                          ✔ Uses speed and elusiveness to create yards for himself.
                          ✔ Surprising contact balance for his size.
                          ✔ Dangerous weapon as a receiver out of the backfield.
                          ✔ Burst and build-up speed create chunk-play ability.

                          Weaknesses
                          ✔ Doesn’t always trust the blocking scheme.
                          ✔ Needs to run with better discipline to the run track.
                          ✔ Will struggle to break tackles on the pro level.
                          ✔ Misses run-lane development when bouncing runs wide.
                          ✔ Pass blocking falls well below NFL standards.

                          Draft Projection: Round 6




                          I’m in love with this kid as a prospect!!!! Sheesh

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                          • #18
                            Phillip Lyndsay with catching skills. He’ll be a good 3rd down back. Probably not a bad thing. Looks to have a ton of wear on those tires.

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                            • #19
                              Smh man Lindsay is finished man. He can’t stay healthy and he’s tiny

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                              • #20
                                lol shout outs McLaughlin looking pretty good tonight ! I told you all !

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                                • #21
                                  Originally posted by Jeudy10Hamler1
                                  lol shout outs McLaughlin looking pretty good tonight ! I told you all !
                                  #believethehype!

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                                  • #22

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                                    • BowlenBall
                                      BowlenBall commented
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                                      They spelled his name wrong on the jersey? How does that even happen?

                                  • #23
                                    Was wrong about this guy, he is probably even going to start at least one game at RB this year.

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                                    • Jeudy10Mims19
                                      Jeudy10Mims19 commented
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                                      Lmaoooooooooooo way to man time up!! Starting though ? Your crazy

                                  • #24
                                    Originally posted by GoneFishin'
                                    Person responsible for putting names on the jerseys probably started the Foneco post on the ole OM. 🤣

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                                    • #25
                                      Originally posted by qbronco

                                      Person responsible for putting names on the jerseys probably started the Foneco post on the ole OM. 🤣
                                      I think it was former Denver Broncos legend safety David Burton.

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                                      • BowlenBall
                                        BowlenBall commented
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                                        I think you mean Darvis Brufin.
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