I agree with Cheese about his ability as a runner and receiver. Sadly, he didn't do very much last year to help himself gain ground for this year's NFL Draft, running the ball less than 100 times last season. But he did manage to improve his pass-catching skills, hauling in 19 passes for 255 yards. I think, mostly becuase of size and durability, he's a better fit for special teams, maybe an ocassionally used scatback. However, I wouldn't view him as anything worthy of dynasty pick. I liken him a bit for Alvin Pearman of the Jacksonville Jaguars.