Chat with former NW Missouri St. RB Xavier Omon
Omon is the only player in NCAA history to rush for over 1,500 yards in all four years of his career. This past season, for the Division II NW Missouri State Bearcats, Omon rushed for over 2,300 yards and 37 TDs. For his career, he averaged over five yards per carry.
According to Omon's Scouts Inc.'s draft profile, Omon "utilizes a stiff-arm very effectively. Protects the ball well and thrives in his role as bell cow back within an offense. He has shown reliable hands as a receiver out of the backfield and has adequate experience in that regard. Is a strong blocker with the size and toughness to pick up the blitz in pass protection....[He] is a Division II standout who has prototypical size, power and vision as a runner. On the other hand, while his speed is adequate, he doesn't have the second gear or elusiveness to become anything more than a No. 2 or No. 3 back in the NFL."
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