At this juncture, Henderson's only competition will be Malcolm Brown, who has looked good in spot duty himself. Henderson struggled as a rookie with 147 yards on 39 carries though PFF recently ranked the Rams' offensive line as #31 overall in effectiveness. Carries were hard to come by in 2019 as the Rams favored the the pass and mixed in all three top runners, and Henderson did show flashes of his agility and speed on multiple runs but suffered an ankle injury in his final game against San Francisco and ultimately underwent surgery. He's expected to be fully healthy when training camp opens. It's hard to predict which back will emerge as the featured runner and the Rams tend to favor a committee approach of late but Henderson's value, currently DLF's RB29, is set to soar on the prospects of a potential lead role. He'll turn 23 in August and all arrows are pointing up.