Anecdotal: This prospect is the son of Ronnie and Francis will earn his bachelor's degree in sociology in December. He began his college career by signing with Washington State before moving on to American River College where he ran for 1,472 yards and seventeen total touchdowns -two receiving-, and nine receptions. In 2014 he was a first team all Pac -10 running back and ran for 1,512 yards at Utah. He is also on the 2015 Heisman Watch.













DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker
DeVontae Booker












Name: DeVontae Booker         Number: 23

University: University of Utah

Position: Running Back

Height: 5'11

Weight: 212

Age: 23

Class: Senior

Secondary Position: NA


Projected Range: 1st Round - 2nd Round



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. NA
  2. NA



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Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA



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Strengths
  • One-cut runner

  • Strong juke and spin moves

  • Good Vision

  • Pass Catching

  • Breaks tackles

  • Balance

  • Yards after contact




Weaknesses
  • Speed




Breakdown



Attribute Ratings
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Final Thought: Booker is a running back that burst on the scene in 2014 after playing at American River College. Booker is a complete running back who is aware in pass blocking, excellent hands in the passing game -43 receptions, 306 yards in 2014-, strong burst through holes, shows good balance, and shiftiness in the open field. Booker's best stretch in 2014 saw him combine for 811 yards rushing and six touchdowns on 152 carries from September ninth through November first. Booker had ninety-nine or more yards every time he touched the ball over twenty times per game -nine games-. Booker ran for 1,512 yards and ten touchdowns -5.2 yards average-, on 292 rushes including impressive games against UCLA, Colorado State, and Oregon. Booker may be the best running back in the draft in terms of the passing game, showing excellent hands, pass blocking ability, and good route running. He excels in the zone blocking game; his intangibles and overall physical skills have placed Booker on the Heisman Watch List for 2015 and created a buzz around the Utah campus not seen since Alex Smith lined up under center.