4. Justice Hill
Checking in under 200 pounds it is tough to make a huge case for Justice Hill, especially in round three. However, in those middle rounds, his upside may just be worth it.
While Hill does not have the size to consistently bang between the tackles he does have two seasons with over 200 carries. His workhorse ability was met with explosive and receiving game work. He showed his explosiveness at the combine, having one of the best days of the running backs.
Imagine that type of explosiveness with Matt Nagy. He can carry it a few times between the tackles, and help spell Mike Davis in that area. However, he also can play well with Tarik Cohen.
Both can catch out of the backfield, and both can be flexed to wide receiver, allowing them to get on the field at the same time.
It may not be the best fit to look for in round three, but in the middle rounds, the creative mind of Nagy can make Justice Hill work.