The two-year back for UCLA is flying under the radar but carries good size (5'11/219) and has an NFL early-down skill set while showing adequate hands for potential greater work. Kelley produced two 1,000+ yard rushing seasons for the Bruins and totaled 12 touchdowns in each of his two years. A no-nonsense downhill-runner with sufficient speed at the second-level, Kelley doesn't waste time behind the line of scrimmage and is a pure one-cut back who could be a late-round selection during the NFL Draft, especially for teams employing a zone blocking scheme. His Senior Bowl performance will force NFL scouts to do further review, possibly increasing his draft stock. Joshua Kelley is ranked as DLF's RB18 in our rookie running back rankings and he'll be an intriguing late round selection in dynasty rookie drafts depending on his ultimate landing spot.