The San Diego Chargers have selected Jordan Todman, RB from Connecticut with the 183rd overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft.
JORDAN TODMAN PROFILE
Todman is a downhill runner in a scat back's body that may lack the size to take the pounding at the next level. He quickly finds openings and has the burst to exploit seams, but he initiates contact in the open field which could get him injured in the NFL. He also lacks experience as a receiver and was regularly on the sidelines on third down. However, he took a kick to the house in college and could make an immediate impact as a return man. Todman may not be a bell cow, but he is a shifty back that could sneak into Day 2.
JORDAN TODMAN HIGHLIGHTS
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