Barkley is a “buffet” back who seems to thrive with the heavier workload. His feet are in constant motion and he rarely gears down to make his cuts. In terms of creating yardage and opportunities for himself, he has used his fluid hips to create more misses than any other running back over the last two seasons. With his start-stop quickness and ability to rocket around the corner, the entire field is Barkley’s playground on any snap. He’s not going to be a monster tackle-breaker and he has to fight the urge to bounce certain runs to the edge, but he is a three-down running back who is a better overall prospect than any of the RBs drafted in 2017: