According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, Indiana RB Devine Redding has had a private workout with several teams, including the Cleveland Browns.
Indiana RB Devine Redding worked out privately for Colts, Cardinals, Browns, drawing interest from Saints, Vikings, per sources— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 22, 2017
Dane Brugler of CBS Sports projects Redding to be an undrafted free agent. Redding is from Youngstown, Ohio, but did play his final year of high school at Glenville. Here is Brugler’s assessment of him:
A one-year starter at Indiana, Redding waited his turn behind Tevin Coleman and Jordan Howard, taking the running back reigns as a junior, finishing fifth in the Big Ten in rushing yards. While the production is there, he shouldn’t be mentioned with the Coleman and Howard as NFL prospects, lacking the dynamic traits to be a creator at the NFL level. Redding runs low, uses his vision and looks to finish, doing his best work when running north-south. However, he is a one-note ballcarrier and relies more on tempo than speed or burst. Redding has enough wiggle to earn some work in the NFL, especially if he refines his catching and blocking, but overall, he is a dime-a-dozen type of back and undraftable.