Smith played in WVU’s crowded backfield last season and finished third on the team in rushing with 451 yards to go along with five touchdowns. Although overshadowed by Rushel Shell and Wendell Smallwood, Smith does have qualities teams in the NFL look for. He is solidly built and has quick feet allowing him to make strong cuts while powering through would-be tacklers.
Caleb Wygal, WVUPros – Undrafted: I think being in the crowded backfield that he was at WVU will have him fall out of the draft. Had he been a feature back and performed up to his abilities, I think he would have been a mid-round pick. He’s had several teams show interest through the pre-draft process, and I think we’ll see him picked up by someone quickly after the draft. In the right circumstances, he’ll have a good shot at a roster spot.