His weight isn't a misprint and it was fully expected. He even came in a few pounds less than some were expecting. He's a massive force in the run-game and produced 4,400 yards on the ground with 34 touchdowns for Boston College. A two-down bulldozer, Dillon is destined to be paired with a 'lightning' component at the next level and few his size are productive for long periods of time though Tennessee's Derrick Henry is breaking the mold for bigger backs. Dillon likely won't hear his name called during the first two days of the NFL Draft but he has upside as a short-yardage and goal line role player. AJ Dillon is found as DLF's rookie RB12 and R41 overall showing expectations remain low. Stay tuned to DLF as we are Indianapolis this week for coverage of the NFL Combine from within Lucas Oil Stadium.