September 15, 2012; Syracuse, NY, USA; Stony Brook Seawolves running back Miguel Maysonet (5) tries to avoid Syracuse Orange defenders during the second half of a game at the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Miguel Maysonet, RB, Stony Brook Seawolves: 2013 NFL Draft Player Profile


Height:  5’9″

Weight:  209 pounds

Position Rank:

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40 Yard Dash:  N/A

Bench Press:  N/A

Vertical Jump:  N/A

Broad Jump:  N/A

20-Yard Shuttle: N/A

 

Career Stats

Year GP/GS No. Yards Avg. TDs Long
2012 13/13 267 1,964 7.4 21 84
2011 13/9 252 1,633 6.5 15 63
2010 11/2 176 1,128 6.4 12 78
Totals 37/24 695 4,725 6.8 48 -
Maysonet’s Receiving Statistics
Year No. Yards Avg. TDs Long
2012 3 43 14.3 1 25
2011 6 49 8.2 1 22
2010 9 99 11.0 2 35
Totals 18 191 10.6 4 -
Maysonet’s Kick Return Statistics
Year No. Yards Avg. TDs Long
2012 12 309 25.8 1 75
2011 2 14 7.0 0 7
2010 4 92 23.0 0 23
Totals 18 415 23.1 1 -

 

Scouting Report/Player Notes

Miguel Maysonet is one of the best sleeper running backs in the nation after a year in which he nearly ran for 2,000 yards and accounted for 23 touchdowns, vaulting himself into the FCS elite. The speed of the game is going to take a drastic change for Maysonet at the NFL level, but I think he has some tools to be able to be successful. A finalist for the Walter Payton Award–given to the nation’s top FCS player–Maysonet has good agility and I love how he runs with a low center of gravity. He is really effective between the tackles and despite his lack of ‘ideal’ size, he manages to be a very tough inside runner. He is also an explosive playmaker with the ability to break off huge runs and can also contribute in the return game. He either needed to be more involved in the passing game as a receiver or wasn’t overly capable, but that’s something he’ll need to be able to do at the NFL level. Does a good job of putting his head down and churning his legs for extra yardage. Impressive stamina and ability to carry a full load. I think if he can get on to a team with a really solid quarterback/passing game, he can make a big impact as a rookie. That is probably the best case scenario for him. I think he has a lot of potential, but he’ll need to show off some athletic ability this offseason to warrant a mid-late round pick.

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