- Chris Sprow, ESPN Insider
INDIANAPOLIS -- Over the past two seasons, the team with the best offense in the NFL on a per-game basis has had a little extra help. The "little" is in the part of the 5-foot-6 and generously listed 190-pound Darren Sproles, who helped the San Diego Chargers to a league-high 395.6 yards per game in 2010, then accounted for nearly 18 percent of the New Orleans Saints' league-high 7,474 yards in 2011 as a rusher and a receiver, achieving balance with 87 rushes and 86 catches. (Both teams placed sixth in the years before and after Sproles.)
With new rules favoring offenses and the increasing importance of players that are dangerous in space, Chris Sprow examines five players in the 2012 NFL draft class that could be the next Darren Sproles.