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03/24/15 - While the Bengals will not likely be in the market for a running back in the early rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft after adding Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard the past two years, coach Marvin Lewis is impressed with the talent pool at the position this year. NFLDraftScout.com has two running backs currently rated as first round prospects Georgia's Todd Gurley (No. 18 overall) and Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon, with 10 running backs rated within the top 100 overall. Gurley continues to recover from ACL surgery, and the bulk of his pre-draft process has been focused on the strength of the knee. "He's going to spend a lot of time jumping through hoops but the ACL injury is one that is not as career-ending or career-threatening as it used to be," Lewis said. "The way our medical operations are today guys come back depending on the severity of it. He'll have to do all of those things in order to prove and at some point somebody will think he's right for the value at that pick."
03/24/15 - While the Cincinnati Bengals will not likely be in the market for a running back in the early rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft after adding Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard the past two years, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is impressed with the talent pool at the position this year. NFLDraftScout.com has two running backs currently rated as first round prospects - Georgia's Todd Gurley (No. 18 overall) and Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon, with 10 running backs rated within the top 100 overall. Gurley continues to recover from ACL surgery, and the bulk of his pre-draft process has been focused on the strength of the knee. "He's going to spend a lot of time jumping through hoops but the ACL injury is one that is not as career-ending or career-threatening as it used to be," Lewis said. "The way our medical operations are today guys come back depending on the severity of it. He'll have to do all of those things in order to prove and at some point somebody will think he's right for the value at that pick." - The Sports Xchange
03/20/15 - While he continues to rehab his knee - and his reputation - Todd Gurley is relying on game film to make his case for the NFL draft. Gurley could only watch during Georgia's Pro Day on Wednesday. About four months after his tearing his left anterior cruciate ligament in a win over Auburn, Gurley says his recovery is on schedule. Even so, he's not ready for the 40-yard dash and other drills that were part of the day for other Georgia players looking to impress NFL scouts. Gurley said he wished he could have performed for the NFL scouts but he added "Good thing I've got a little film to prove something." That film and the statistics make a strong case for Gurley to be considered with Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon as one of the top running backs in the draft.

Gurley is expected to be the first Georgia player drafted. He bypassed his senior season, lost four games to a suspension for accepting money for autographs, lost more time to the injury and still is the second-leading rusher in Georgia history, behind only Herschel Walker. He also trails only Walker on the career lists for touchdowns, all-purpose yards and 100-yard games. Gurley says NFL teams have asked about the suspension, as well as his progress in recovering from the knee surgery. He says he knows he'll continue to have to explain why he took money for autographs, breaking NCAA rules that led to the suspension. "It has to. They're not just going to not say anything about it," he said. "You have to ask, so I definitely tell them the situation and you go on from it. "Like I told them before, I made a dumb mistake, something I did in my freshman and sophomore year. I should have never have done it. I knew the rules but I still broke them. I'm definitely ready to move on and get on with my life. It's still going to be something that comes up. It's just something I learn from." - AP Sports

02/24/15 - 2015 NFL Combine, 25 Takeaways: Five Most Important Pro Day Dates: Georgia, March 18: No team will select Bulldogs star running back Todd Gurley in the first round without first investigating his surgically-repaired knee. Gurley hasn't committed to working out at the Bulldogs' scheduled Pro Day but is expected to attend and if doctors can evaluate him or during the Combine re-check, he has a shot at ending the two-year absence of backs in the first round. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
02/20/15 - Georgia running back Todd Gurley is projected as a first-round pick, but a big piece of his final draft evaluation will be medical tests on his surgically repaired knee. Gurley plans to wait for the official medical re-check in April to allow teams to examine his left knee. He tore the anterior cruciate ligament November 15 -- in his first game back from a suspension handed down Oct. 9 for receiving payment for his autograph -- and surgery was performed by renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Andrews did not want teams pulling and manipulating the knee. All 323 players in attendance at the annual Scouting Combine are scheduled for thorough medical exams performed by NFL team doctors at a local hospital near downtown Indianapolis. Players do not opt out of the tests. It is not known to have happened in at least two decades.

Gurley, who signed with Jay-Z's Roc Nation agency, will not participate in Georgia's pro day March 18. It's unlikely he will hold a workout in April before the draft. Gurley said he is just beginning to perform lateral agility drills. "The timetable is six to nine months. I got hurt in November, so I'm not really giving no timetable," said Gurley, who admitted patience is not his strong suit, Thursday afternoon. "I'm just trying to get back safe, but as quick as possible." He does not expect his recovery to hinder his draft grade. Along with Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon, Gurley is a player teams could consider in the bottom half of the first round. No running back was selected in the first round in 2013 or 2014. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange

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