Hood (5-foot-11, 230 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.58 seconds at the North Carolina pro day Tuesday while posting a 113-inch broad jump and 31.5-inch vertical.

Given his recruiting pedigree and general flashes of talent on tape, the hope was that Hood would time closer to 4.50 and show better jumps. The absence of agility drills is also an issue, though it's fair to presume Hood wouldn't have done well with those, either. With injury concerns and disappointing workout metrics in his prospect profile, Hood is in danger of falling past the fourth round. He's still worth speculating on in dynasty rookie drafts, however, because it's hard to doubt his natural talent, and it wouldn't surprise if he stumbled into some starts in the upcoming years. Even with this disappointing pro day, Hood has almost identical workout metrics to Eddie Lacy.