Player Comparison: Travis Henry
The Buffalo Bills addressed another need in the third round with the selection of running back Zack Moss out of Utah. He is a powerful back that should be able to run between the tackles and compliment Devin Singletary‘s explosive style of play.
One player comparison that jumped out when watching Zack Moss’ highlights was former running back Travis Henry. The Bills selected Henry in the second round of the 2000 NFL Draft and he played four seasons with the Bills. The best seasons for Henry came in 2003 and 2004 when he ran for 2,794 yards and had 23 rushing touchdowns.
Both running backs have identical measurements coming out of college at 5’9″ and 223 pounds with Henry running a slight faster 40-yard dash at 4.61 seconds compared to Moss’ 40-yard time of 4.65 seconds.
The power that Moss is going to bring to the position will be a welcomed addition to this offense and will be able to keep this offense on the field picking up those tough yards.