3. Kenneth Murray, running back
This one take a bit more imagination as Kenneth Murray has not yet said that he wanted to play running back and take snaps at running back at practice and was not the top running back recruit in the nation when he was in high school. This is something that is fresh out of the imagination, and quite frankly, it would be special.
Murray is going to become a household name in this league because of his bruising playstyle and his insane athleticism. He got better as the games went along in pass coverage and he should take a big step into year two and should blossom into an all-around inside backer.
He definitely has all the tools and traits to be one of the best in the league at his position.
As a running back he would be terrifying to come up against. While we have no idea how his carrying or juke moves are, we know that he would be able to read the running lanes because of his experience on the other side of it and that he would make the most out of his athleticism.
Murray ran an insane 4.52 40-yard dash, which is the exact same as LA Chargers running back, Justin Jackson. Just imagine that speed but with the ball in his hands trucking over opposing linebackers.
He would be a taller version of Marshawn Lynch.
Maybe one day we can see some creativity and Murray will get the ball at the goal-line and he will just power it through the defensive line. I just want to see him get up to speed with the ball and attempt to truck stick some of the best linebackers in the league. The result would be crazy either way.
Honorable mention: Easton Stick, who actually took reps at safety for the scout team.