“I’m a great receiver out the backfield, and I can block as well,” Guice said. “So I’ll be able to protect the quarterback as well. My will to hit really separates from anyone else. I’m very willing to hit and do what I have to do to stay on the field.”

Being that he slid so far in the draft, it’s going to be fascinating to watch Guice over the course of the next few seasons. He was thought by many to be the second-best back in the draft behind Saquon Barkley, but many others were taken ahead of him due to character concerns that he felt were completely invalid.

No doubt, Guice has a huge chip on his shoulder, but will that spur him to greatness or will the teams that passed be proven right?