Photo Gallery: Oklahomans in the NFL Combine 3/9

<font size="5"><strong>JOSEPH RANDLE</p><p></font><br/>
Position:</strong> Running back &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; <strong>Size:</strong> 6-1, 200</p><p><br/>

<strong>Where he will impress: </strong>Randle is a complete, versatile back who can run between the tackles, make defenders miss in the open field, catch the ball out of the backfield and protect the quarterback. </p><p><br/>

<strong>Where he will underwhelm:</strong> Randle does not possess an elite burst or breakaway speed. His taller build means he sometimes has trouble keeping his pad level down when facing tacklers near the line of scrimmage. And he doesn't have the size to be a "bruiser."</p><p><br/>  

<strong>What he can gain at combine:</strong> Randle sits outside the top 5 running backs available in most projections. But with prospects like Eddie Lacy and Marcus Lattimore unable to participate in workouts due to injury, Randle could make a push to join that top group.</p><p><br/>

<strong>Current draft projection: </strong>Third round</p><p><br/>

ANALYSIS BY GINA MIZELL, Staff Writer</p><p><br/>

PHOTO BY NATE BILLINGS, The Oklahoman