The good: Powell has adequate size and good mobility/quickness, which should help him continue to develop as an NFL prospect. He has a fine short-area burst, which allows him to split gaps and find his way into the backfield. His skills fit schemes similar to what the Colts and Buccaneers run.
The bad: He might be limited to playing in a 4-3 as a pro. His size isn't terrible, but it's not necessarily ideal, either. Powell needs to get off blockers better and usually needs to win early during the down. When he is slow to react he gets washed out too often at the point of attack.
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