I'm no scout, but he's got a real Jacob Hester vibe. He plays like a taller Danny Woodhead crossed with Toby Gerhart. He could be this year's Peyton Hillis.Okay, so let's just get these out of the way:
High Football IQ
Reminds you of (insert other white guy)
Film room junky
Lots of hustle
Student of the game
Coach on the field
Lunch pail guy
Pretty sure that covers this part of the conversion... carry on.
When I think about Zach Zenner, which I often do, the first thing that comes to mind is always the intangibles. Zach Zenner has them. He has everything you could ask for in a RB except for speed, vision, size, strength, etc. But if it's intangibles that you're looking for then you have to start with Zach Zenner.
What he lacks in natural ability he makes up for with just hard nosed, true grit and determination. Nobody is going to outwork Zach Zenner. If he's pressed into action he might only average 2.9 yards per carry. But nobody is going to fight harder for those 2.9 yards. He'll earn those 2.9 yards and there will be no doubt about it.
Thanks for this. Whenever I hear we picked someone up at this point in the season the first thought that pops into my head is "Why was he available?"
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