Ashton Jeanty
Ashton Jeanty  RB  Boise State | NFL Draft 2025 Souting Report - Portrait Image
Ashton Jeanty
Boise State
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Jacksonville, FL
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Ashton Jeanty RB Boise State | NFL Draft Profile & Scouting Report

Ashton Jeanty RB Boise State
NFL Draft Profile & Scouting Report

Last Updated: 06/29/2024
Draft Year: 2025
40 time: 4.42 seconds (89%*)
Height: 5-9 (19%*) Weight: 210 (41%*)
Forty: 4.42 (O) (89%*)
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(C) - NFL Combine (P) - Pro Day (O) - Other (HS) -Estimated from High School Combine
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Last Updated: 06/29/2024
Draft Year: 2025
40 time: 4.42 seconds (89%*)
0% 100%
Height: 5-9 (19%*) Weight: 210 (41%*)
Forty: 4.42 (O) (89%*)
(C) - NFL Combine (P) - Pro Day (O) - Other
(HS) -Estimated from High School Combine
For an explanation of how the (HS) data is calculated see this article
Overall Rating: 86.7 / 100
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Overall Rank: #41 Position rank: #4
College Games: 25 College Snaps: 797
Grade: 3 ESPN  Stars 3 ESPN  Stars ESPN RATING: 74/100
Grade: 247 Sports 4  Stars 247 Sports 90 Stars 247 RATING: 90/100
Grade: 2 Stars 2 Stars RIVALS RATING: 5.3 (87%)
Player Comparison* (Similarity level)
Kenneth Walker III - Michigan State
Travis Etienne - Clemson
DeWayne McBride - UAB
Draft Profile: Bio

Ashton Jeanty hails from Texas, where he made a name for himself as a versatile athlete in high school, excelling in football, basketball, and track and field. A four-star recruit, Jeanty was highly regarded for his performances on both sides of the ball, playing as a running back, wide receiver, defensive end, outside linebacker, and safety. In his senior year, he recorded 1,843 rushing yards, 810 receiving yards, and 41 touchdowns, earning numerous district honors.

Jeanty's college career at Boise State has been nothing short of stellar. As a freshman in 2022, he earned All-Mountain West Honorable Mention and was named to the College Football News Freshman All-Bowl Team. In his sophomore year, Jeanty took his game to another level, receiving multiple All-America honors and being named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year. He led the nation with 1,916 all-purpose yards and 106 missed tackles forced, showcasing his dual-threat capability with 1,347 rushing yards and 569 receiving yards.

Jeanty's impressive stats continued to build in 2023: 159.67 yards from scrimmage per game and 19 total touchdowns. He became the first FBS player since 2019 to achieve 1,000 rushing yards and 500 receiving yards in a single season.

Scouting Report: Strengths
  • Exceptional contact balance allows him to absorb and dish out hits, consistently gaining extra yards after contact.
  • Dual-threat capability with impressive receiving skills, making him a complete back in both ground and air attacks.
  • Proven durability, handling a significant workload without missing games due to injury.
  • Excellent vision and ability to find running lanes, making the most out of each play.
  • Quick acceleration and elite speed, enabling him to outrun defenders in open space.
  • Strong lower body, powering through tackles as a downhill runner.
  • Highly effective in pass protection, a valuable asset in any offensive scheme.
  • Consistent performer with high football IQ, making smart decisions on the field.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
  • Inconsistent performance against stronger defenses, showing a hot and cold trend in games.
  • Route running as a receiver needs refinement to become more effective in the NFL.
  • Occasionally lacks vision, leading to missed opportunities in finding optimal running lanes.
  • High usage raises concerns about potential wear and tear on his body over time.
  • Relies heavily on physicality, which may not always translate against bigger, faster NFL defenders.
Scouting Report: Summary

Ashton Jeanty showcases impressive versatility as a dual-threat running back. His contact balance and ability to churn out extra yards after initial contact make him a tough runner between the tackles. Jeanty’s soft hands and capability in the passing game add significant value, allowing him to stay on the field in various down-and-distance situations. His high football IQ and ability to read defenses enhance his effectiveness.

On the flip side, Jeanty has some areas needing improvement. His route running is not as polished, and his vision can be hit or miss, sometimes leading to missed opportunities in finding the best gaps. While he has proven durable, the heavy college workload raises some durability red flags for the next level. Jeanty's performance against top-tier defenses has been inconsistent, showing he still has room to grow.

Jeanty projects as a valuable rotational back with the potential to break out as a feature back in the NFL. His ability to protect the quarterback and contribute on all three downs makes him a scheme-versatile asset. Teams seeking a reliable, tough runner with upside in the passing game will find Jeanty an intriguing prospect for the 2025 NFL Draft.

Written By:
Kev Thomas (MWC)

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*Similarity Percentage: This percentage is calculated based on a comprehensive analysis of various factors, including height, weight, 40-yard dash times, on-field performance statistics, and overall player rating. The analysis is conducted against our database of draft prospects from 2021 to 2023. This similarity score helps in evaluating how closely a current prospect aligns with past prospects. It is important to note, however, that this score reflects similarities based on college production and attributes, and does not account for eventual success or performance in the NFL.