INDIANAPOLIS -- Running backs took the field Friday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Ohio State's J.K. Dobbins did not perform, which meant the stage was set for Georgia's D'Andre Swift and Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor to put on a show. By the time the night was over, Taylor and Florida State's Cam Akers continued to build a positive narrative for themselves. Here are the measurements from the initial running back weigh-in.

We've got you covered with the winners and losers from the day's workouts for every position group; here are our takeaways from the running backs.

Running back measurements

Salvon Ahmed4.6234.5"120"--
Cam Akers4.4735.5"122"--
Jet Anderson4.6136"128"--
Levante Bellamy4.5039.5"125"--
Eno Benjamin4.5739"122"6.97
Raymond Calais4.4237.5"120"--
DeeJay Dallas4.5833.5"119"7.18
AJ Dillon4.5341"131"7.19
J.K. Dobbins--------
Rico Dowdle4.5438"127"--
Clyde Edwards-Helaire4.6039.5"123"--
Darrynton Evans4.4137"125"--
JaMychal Hasty4.5539"123"--
Brian Herrien4.6238.5"126"7.12
Tony Jones4.6832.5"119"7.18
Joshua Kelley4.4931"121"6.95
Javon Leake4.6534"125"--
Benny LeMay4.7528.5"112"--
Anthony McFarland 4.4429.5"116"--
Zack Moss4.6533"----
Sewo Olonilua4.6636"123"--
Lamical Perine4.6235"118"7.13
Scottie Phillips4.5630"114"7.40
James Robinson4.6440"125"7.03
D'Andre Swift4.4835.5"121"--
J.J. Taylor4.6134.5"118"7.00
Jonathan Taylor4.3936"123"7.01
Patrick Taylor4.5734"123"--
Ke'Shawn Vaughn4.5132"117"--
Mike Warren--------

RB winners

Cam Akers, Florida State. Akers measured well early in the week and only built upon that Friday night. The Seminoles offensive line did not do much to aid Akers in 2019, but he is making it clear that he deserves to be mentioned among the draft's top running back prospects. He looked very explosive in the latest drills.

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Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin. Like Akers, Taylor produced ideal measurables and then delivered a stellar on-field performance. Teams are concerned by his heavy college workload, but it is hard to ignore the talent. 

Joshua Kelley, UCLA. Kelley should continue to gather steam as an every-down candidate in the NFL. He measured well earlier this week and then tested well in every category. UCLA folks will place their stamp of approval on Kelley because he is such a hard worker. 

AJ Dillon, Boston College. Dillon is admittedly not one of my favorite running back prospects. A player of his size should be more physical and difficult to tackle. It is hard to ignore the numbers he produced Friday night relative to his size. He performed well.

RB losers

Any running back who ran slower than 4.6. Over the past five years, 14 running backs have been awarded All-Pro honors by at least one media outlet. None of them ran 4.6 seconds or slower during their 40-yard dash at the NFL combine.

D'Andre Swift, Georgia. Swift did not have a bad night but a few players behind him are starting to close the gap. Will he be able to fend them off and be the first back drafted?