Trent Richardson, a Heisman Trophy finalist in 2011, is the consensus top back in this year's draft. He has good size and speed for such a powerful runner and he has great patience and vision. He was also an excellent third-down back at Alabama. In his final college season in Tuscaloosa, Richardson rushed for 1,679 yards and 21 touchdowns. But after Richardson, there might not be another running back who is selected in the first round of April’s NFL draft. Miami’s Lamar Miller, Virginia Tech’s David Wilson or Oregon’s LaMichael James might be able to crack the first round with a strong showing in pre-draft workouts.