Pros:
Short, compact runner, fast, strong, can play as KR. Has been the focal point of the FSU offense, and the offense has struggled without him. Good shiftiness and is able to carry a runner with his thick legs.
Cons:
Has shared RB duties with Booker at FSU, so he hasn't been able to fully polish his game. More quick than fast. Needs to work on receiving and blocking aspects of the position. Has been stopped when defenses tailor to him.

Draft Exchange Analysis:
At Florida State: Sensational all-around player who will fill the starting role at tailback with the graduation of Greg Jones... ranked second on the team in rushing yards last year behind Jones despite playing in only nine games...named co-MVP on offense along with Craphonso Thorpe at last year's awards banquet... established a single-game school record with 159 yards on seven punt returns against Wake Forest during his sophomore season... broke Bobby Jackson's 29-year-old mark of 137- yard punt return against Virginia Tech on Dec. 16, 1974...named the ACC Specialist of the Week for his performance against Wake Forest... has returned two kicks for touchdowns during the first two years of his career -- a kickoff for 97 yards against Clemson during his freshman sea-son and a punt for 65 yards against Wake Forest during his sophomore season...rankedsecond on the team in all-purpose yards during his first two seasons and has totaled 1,903 all-purpose yards (82.8 yards per game) entering the 2004 season. Sophomore Year (2003): Played in nine of Florida State's 13 games including the Orange Bowl...was the second leading rusher with 387 yards and a 5.2 yards per carry average despite missing four games...dislocated his right elbow in the first quarter of the season opener against North Carolina...missed the next four games (Maryland, Georgia Tech, Colorado and Duke) and was limited against Miami...prior to being injured against North Carolina, he had one rush for 27 yards, one catch for 11 yards and one kickoff return for 13 yards (all in the first six minutes of the game) ...Washington's punt return for a TD against Wake Forest was the first by a Seminole since Peter Warrick's 59-yard return against Virginia Tech in the 2000 Sugar Bowl...rushed for a season-high 121 yards on 17 carries against NC State, the highest total by a Florida State running back during the season...scored the game-winning touchdown in the second overtime against the Wolfpack on a 12-yard run to clinch the Seminoles' 11 th ACC Championship in 12 years as a league member...rushed for 69 yards on 13 carries in Florida State's victory over Virginia and 65 yards on 15 carries in the Seminoles' victory over Florida. Freshman Year (2002): Played in all 14 games and served as the Seminoles' starting tailback in the final two games of the season (NC State and Florida)...ranked fourth on the team with 273 yards rushing and caught six passes for 30 yards...the Seminoles' leader with 760 total return yards and led the team in punt return average (11.5 yards per return) and kickoff return average (28.3)...ran for a career-high 134 yards on 26 carries and scored his only rushing touchdown of the season in Florida State's 31-14 win over Florida ...became the first true freshman to record a 100-yard rushing game since Travis Minor had 142 against Florida in 1997...his 26 carries against the Gators were more than he had through the first 12 games of his career up to that game...twice named ACC Specialist of the Week for his performances against Clemson and Duke...led the Seminoles in rushing in the Sugar Bowl vs. Georgia with 48 yards on 10 carries...returned a kickoff 97 yards for a score against the Tigers...recovered a blocked punt in the endzone for a touchdown vs. Duke...finished the year with 11 tackles on special teams with two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. High School: Graduated from Andrew Jackson High School in 2002...an exceptional all-around athlete who excelled at running back, cornerback and wide receiver...named Mr. Florida in foot-ball in 2002 after a senior season during which he was dominant on both sides of the ball...earned Florida Times Union Player of the Year honors...rated the No. 3 prospect overall in the state of Florida by the Orlando Sentinel...Alliance Sports' No. 7 prospect overall in the nation...named to the PrepStar Dream Team...the No. 1 cornerback in the country as rated by Rivals100.com...the No. 7 cornerback in the country according to TheInsiders.com... Rivals100.com's No. 9 player overall...Florida Kids' No. 28 pros-pect from the state of Florida...named to Bill Buchalter's Florida Super 26...also earned recognition on the Athlon Sports Top 100 High School Seniors, SuperPrep's Top 100 nationally, and Max Emfinger's Top 200...rushed for 2,437 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior...was a threat on kick and punt returns, returning three punts and one kickoff for touchdowns...defensively, had 88 tackles (52 unassisted) and three interceptions...selected Florida State over Florida, South Carolina, Oklahoma and Maryland. Personal: Born August 29, 1982...majoring in social science.