2014 NFL draft: Top 10 running backs

1. CARLOS HYDE Senior, Ohio State Hyde is

Senior, Ohio State
Hyde is the ideal power back. He's a punishing runner who consistently drags defenders after contact and falls forward for extra yardage. He hits gaps hard, but he won't blow anyone away with his speed. Of note: Hyde was suspended for three games in 2013 after police investigated his role in an alleged assault at a Columbus bar (though he was not charged with anything). PROJECTION: Second round | (Credit: AP)

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Newsday's Nick Klopsis ranks the top 10 running back prospects in the 2014 NFL draft.

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