SUMMARY - Kenjon Barner was a highly productive college back at Oregon and an intriguing NFL prospect because of his speed, vision and explosiveness, but he is not an every-down back because his deficiencies as a blocker and route runner. He displays impressive speed and a willingness to attack openings inside, and is a threat to clear homerun threat. While I like his patience and vision, when he doesn't have a lane he tends to wait too long to attack and must learn to take the one and two yard gains when he has to. He must give more consistent effort when it comes to his 3rd down skills, as he shies away from contact when asked to block and does not run crisp routes down-field. Barner will never be a physical inside runner capable of breaking tackles, but he would be a solid change of pace back for a team like Washington that runs a zone blocking scheme and already has a bruiser in place.