3. Philadelphia Eagles
The Eagles are struggling offensively right now, but we know how effective their running game is. D'Andre Swift is enjoying a fantastic season and Kenneth Gainwell is a strong back-up, but the organization will likely pick up at least one back in the offseason following Rashaad Penny's underwhelming season.
Schrader's versatility would make him a strong choice for Philadelphia. We know he can handle a large workload, and it's easy to imagine a devastating attack led by Jalen Hurts and Schrader in a few years.
He'll leave as one of the best offensive players in Missouri history. I don't care if he's a late draft pick - he looks like he'll be on a roster for quite a while.
Schrader makes sense for several NFC teams like the Minnesota Vikings or even Dallas Cowboys as well. Essentially, any team that could use a reliable, productive running back would enjoy having Schrader on the roster.
No matter where he winds up, you can be sure Tigers faithful will cheer him on at every moment. Fingers crossed he's with the Chiefs, though.
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