Carlos Hyde emerged in his junior season as the go-to runner for Ohio State when Urban Meyer arrived and installed his spread offense, which focused heavily on the inside-zone run play. Hyde rushed for 16 touchdowns and 970 yards in just 10 games. As a senior in 2013, Hyde took his game to the next level and garnered all-league honors. He rushed for 7.3 yards per-carry (1,521 yards) and scored 18 times in 11 games. His big senior season vaulted him from middling prospect to the top-ranked running back on most 2014 pre-draft lists. Hyde went off the board in the second round (57th overall), just three picks after Tennessee made Bishop Sankey the first back drafted.
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