The UMass Pro Day was well attended, primarily for receiver Andy Isabella who is quickly shooting up draft boards. But also drawing interest was running back, and NFL Combine snub, Marquis Young. According to Tony Pauline, Young met with the Patriots, Texans, 49ers and Chiefs. At his Pro Day, Young checked many boxes with good size (6'/210), a 40 in the range of 4.49 and 4.55, 36.5" vertical jump and a 124" broad jump. He also completed 20 reps on the bench press. In four years at UMass, he never eclipsed 1,000 yards rushing but never tallied more than 198 totes. His best year came in 2017 when he rushed for 982 yards on 182 carries (5.4 ypc.) with nine touchdowns. That same year he also saw 35 receptions for 280 yards and another two touchdowns. Tape on Young shows a one-cut runner with little lateral agility but a downhill run-style from a good lower base and low center of gravity. He shows good patience off his blocks with enough speed to split defenders at the second level. Marquis Young isn't a flashy runner but one with a three-down skill-set whose style fits the NFL very well and he could hear his name called in the later rounds.