Dynasty 101

Isaiah Spiller

2022 Rookie Profile

High School Rating:

School: Texas A&M
Year: Junior
Date of Birth: August 9, 2001

College Stats

2019Texas A&M131749465.410292037.00
2020Texas A&M1018810365.59201939.70
2021Texas A&M1217910115.66251897.61
CareerTexas A&M54129935.525745857.91

Metrics and Measurables

Height6’0″ (72nd)
Weight217 lbs (61st)
Wingspan74 1/8″ (47th)
Arm Length31 3/4″ (77th)
Hand Size8 5/8″ (9th)
40-Yard Dash4.63s*
Vertical Jump30″ (7th)
Broad Jump114″ (22nd)
3-Cone Drill
20-Yard Shuttle4.27s*
Bench Press

Speed Score94.4
Burst Score108.0
Agility Score
College Dominator22.2%
Target Share9.7% (76th)


For detailed information about the PREDATOR Score methodology, check out this article.

Injury Risk


  • Fractured toe (2020) – Missed part of 1 game, hindered during several games
  • Bruised tailbone (2021) – Missed part of 1 game

For detailed information about our Injury Risk designations, check out this article.

Player Analysis

The Good

  • Jump Cuts – Has a lethal jump cut in his arsenal of moves to get through defenders and into open space.
  • Blitz Identification – Locates his man in pass blocking situation and slides to meet him.
  • Contact Balance – Low pad level allows him to bounce off contact. Rarely gets brought down by a single defender in the open field. Very physical running style.
  • Lateral Agility – Shows innate ability to move laterally to get through holes and avoid defenders in the process.

The Bad

  • Decisiveness – Needs to make a decision and go. Sits in the backfield too long on many occasions.
  • Ball Security – Had 8 fumbles in his 3 seasons at Texas A&M.
  • Passing Down Consistency – Show moments of brilliance in pass catching/blocking, but also has some real WTF moments.
  • Athleticism – Really poor testing. Surprising given his film, but still something to keep in mind.

Overall Assessment

PRE-DRAFT: Isaiah Spiller was highly recruited out of high school and showcased exceptional skills during his tenure at Texas A&M. Many assumed he was the easy RB1 in this class until he totally flopped at the Combine and his pro day. While athletic testing cannot be completely ignored, I think giving it too much weight is also a mistake. Spiller has a lot of great qualities that make him primed to be a starting running back in the NFL. His contact balance and jump cuts stand out on tape and should make him a desirable Day 2 NFL draft pick. If you are hesitant on drafting Spiller, I encourage you to watch some game film because it may change your mind. I feel comfortable placing him in the top tier of RBs.


Player Comparison: BenJarvus Green-Ellis



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