Every year I find a player in the middle rounds of the draft who I feel like can be a play-maker for an NFL team. Typically, these are SEC players because that is the conference I follow the most. I know these players aren't stars but I have mentioned Aaron Hernandez, Dexter McCluster and Jacoby Ford on here and other forums as players who can make plays in the NFL. That player who I feel like can make an impact in multiple ways on offense is Chris Rainey, RB/WR/KR/PR from Florida. I followed him for the last few years and he has really caught my eye. First let's talk about some of his negatives that will drop him into the 3rd-4th round. He is only a 174 pounds and he will not be an every down running back in the NFL. Rainey was dinged up a bit in school and I am sure teams are worried about how he will hold up in the NFL. He has had an off the field issue with the law and that itself might have teams shying away from him. But one thing that nobody doubts is his speed. Him and his teammate Jeff Demps were stars for the Florida Track Team. We will find out in a few short days how fast his 40 is, but I am willing to bet right now he is one of the 3 fastest guys in Indianapolis. Rainey reminds me of a combination of Darren Sproles and Dexter McCluster as he can do so many things out of the backfield and in the slot as a WR. I saw Rainey run away from former teammate Janoris Jenkins at the Senior Bowl. And I mean he blew by him in single coverage. Rainey has good hands for a RB and is surprising a good route runner in the slot. He isn't an inside runner, but does display good patience and vision for a runner. He also is a dynamic returner who is a threat to take it to the house at any time. Now I am not saying he will be a top five or ten RB in the league, but I think he is one of those guys you can get in the middle of the draft who can make big plays for a team if you give him 5-15 touches a game.