Positive: Ultra-productive small school ball carrier best in a straight-line. Displays good vision and strength and has the ability to break the first tackle. Tough to bring down, bounces off defenders, and does a terrific job following blocks. Uses an effective straight arm, runs hard, and always finds the open lanes. Shows skill as a receiver out of the backfield, extending his hands to make the reception away from his frame.
Negative: Runs with an upright style that leads to a lot of heavy hits. Not an elusive ball carrier who makes defenders miss. Cannot avoid piles. Lacks the speed to run to daylight.
Analysis: Odim was a workhorse back at the Division-II level, but he is coming off a knee injury and lacks the measurables to be anything other than a fifth back at the next level."
Strengths: Rugged street fighter. Upright runner who sells out on every play. Will run through a brick wall or leap over it. Decent edge speed for this level. Slasher who has a bit of elusiveness to him in the open spaces. Picks lanes carefully and sticks to the scheme. Breaks tackles and takes pride in breaking tackles. Very smart (3.96 GPA). A guy you wanna sneak into camp if you can. Looks like a solid 5th back who you want to be an ST warrior.
Weaknesses: Lacks top end. A bit predictable. Runs too upright and could be injury prone at the next level. Gets by more on heart and want to than talent. Limited pro potential.
Projection: Could surprise if he gets into camp because of desire and intelligence.