Originally posted by GoldenIowa49er:
i briefly scanned this thread and i couldn't find the fact that dixon obviously ran in a mis-directional offense...same reason i wouldn't draft dwyer or what's his nuts receiver for georgia tech
From what I've seen they would still run traditional pro sets, so it's not as if there isn't any film to study or that he has no experience.
He was drafted in the sixth, so minimal risk and high reward.
I'm really impressed with what I've seen. I think his most impressive attributes are his balance and leg drive. Both could help him succeed as a short yardage back.