12 short months after being the 173rd pick in the 2012 NFL draft, running back Alfred Morris has emerged one of the most productive players on the Redskins.
And after being voted as the No. 64th ranked player in the NFL by his peers, it seems that the rest of the NFL has taken notice.
11 running backs were drafted before Morris last season, but you would be hard pressed to name another rookie that had a bigger impact on his team (unless your last name is Griffin, Luck or Wilson).
With 1,613 rushing yards last season, Morris not only finished as the NFL's second leading rusher, but he also surpassed Clinton Portis as the franchise's single season rushing leader.
Morris' humble demeanor and workman-like mentality has made him a fan favorite here in the Nation's Capital