He looks tight hipped, runs a bit upright and isn't a guy who can put his foot in the ground at top end speed and make a man miss. He looks to be fighting himself when trying to change directions and lacks the fluidity to drop his pad level and burst laterally.
He's at his best running downhill from the gun. He's able to decipher information better and pick his way through traffic better when not at full speed and running much lower when pressing space inside.
Beall finishes with a good pad level and can churn out yards through contact, but he's not real dynamic in any area of the game. He isn't a guy who can make defenders miss in tight areas or outrun them toward daylight.
Impression: Beall possesses a nice sized frame but an average skill set, and is going to have a tough time creating on his own in NFL."
Low-slung, cut-and-go back who runs with some power, but can also run away from defenders if he gets a seam, although he’s also not very elusive; good blocker and receiver."