​The ​Carolina Panthers addressed the running back position during the NFL Draft, selecting Florida's Jordan Scarlett in the fifth round. But they still had the phones lined up right afterwards, and were able to reach a deal with another young rusher, undrafted rookie Elijah Holyfield. 

Holyfield is the son of boxing legend Evander Holyfield, and attended the University of Georgia. 

Holyfield's draft stock plummeted after he showcased less than ideal speed at the NFL Combine, posting an abysmal 4.78 40-yard dash, and then following it up with an ​even worse showing at Georgia's Pro Day. 

Still, he was effective in the backfield in college, rushing for 1,018 yards and 7 touchdowns as a junior in 2018. He's next to invisible in the aerial attack however, as he only recorded 5 receptions for 40 yards last season. 

While his talent doesn't necessarily jump off the page when you examine the stat-sheet, Holyfield is by no means an unskilled runner, and will be looking to prove that when he heads to camp in Carolina.