NFL draft RB rankings: where is Georgia’s Kenny McIntosh?

Kenny McIntosh, a running back for the Georgia Bulldogs, is versatile. McIntosh can also block passes and run the ball, and he can grab passes out of the backfield.

The former four-star recruit’s main skill heading into the 2023 NFL draft is his mismatch ability as a receiver. According to Draft Wire, McIntosh is the tenth-best running back available for selection.

The 6-foot, 204-pound running back will be up against tough competition in the 2023 NFL draft. This draft cycle, the position is stacked.

Former national champion UCLA’s Zach Charbonnet is rated lower than Texas’ Bijan Robinson and Alabama’s Jahmyr Gibbs.
McIntosh is rated better by Draft Wire than by Pro Football Focus. McIntosh is rated as the draft’s No. 17 running back and No. 185 overall prospect by Pro Football Focus.

Throughout his four years with the Athenian team, McIntosh never had a rushing average below 5.0 yards. The all-around back finished his time at Georgia with a career-high 43 catches, 504 yards receiving, and two scores.

McIntosh enters the draft with under 300 career carries and little wear and tear thanks to Georgia’s continuous depth and rotation at the running back position.

In the 2023 NFL combine, McIntosh ran the 40-yard dash in 4.62 seconds. McIntosh’s change of direction and cutting abilities are impressive, but his time will not wow NFL evaluators. McIntosh’s 1.54-second 10-yard split was average for running backs and showed strong acceleration for the Florida native from Fort Lauderdale.

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