DEPTH CHART FEATURES - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before ANDRE ELLINGTON made the Arizona Cardinals' depth chart: Clemson, 5092 199 4.49. Three-year starter who played in a spread offense featuring quick hitting plays. A slasher with good vision and running skills. Elusive with good body control and balance. Can pick his way through the defense after a burst through the line to get into the second and third levels of the defense. One of those unique backs who can jump cut in the hole. He gets to and through the crease quickly. A strong lower body despite size. Can step out of a tackle or run through it if a defender does’t wrap up. Has the big speed to turn the corner on sweeps and burst away from the defense. Will contribute as a kickoff return specialist. Smaller than ideal for an NFL back, but has position skills as a third down option. Dependable hands with rare drops. Has a chance to upgrade a stop gap starter as a third down back and kickoff return specialist. Durability is a question. Needs more overall size and strength to break tackles. Not a short yardage runner. Must work on ability to consistently anchor in pass protection. Grades out as a good backup and third down back. 2012 stats: 1081 yds, 5.1 ypc, 8 TD, 14 rec, 232 yds, 1 TD. OSR:16/34. Third/fourth round. (A-31, H-9 3/8, BP-DNP, SS-DNP).