|The competition may not have been great at FCS-level Stony Brook, but Maysonet certainly made a name for himself over the past three seasons. After transferring from Hofstra after his freshman season, he tore up defenses in the Big South as soon as he arrived on the Seawolves' Long Island campus. He ran for 1,128 yards as a sophomore and 1,633 as a junior - combining for 27 touchdowns on the ground - but truly put himself on the map as a senior. Maysonet rushed for 1,964 yards - averaging an FCS-best 7.4 per carry - with 21 TDs and finished in second place for the Walter Payton Award, the FCS equivalent of the Heisman Trophy, before earning an invite to the NFL combine. Maysonet is a physical, low-to-the-ground runner, and he likens his own style to that of former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, another player who had a relatively low collegiate profile at Marshall before turning into a vital cog on two Super Bowl-winning teams. Other FCS tailbacks like Tim Hightower and Rashad Jennings have been drafted in recent years, while New England's Danny Woodhead, from Division II's Chadron State, has also turned into a productive pro. Maysonet may have a bit of an uphill climb after not running the 40-yard dash at the combine due to a hamstring injury, and though he participated in the bench press, shuttle and 3-cone drills, his results didn't stand out. That means his pro day will play a major role in determining if he can sneak into the final rounds of the draft or if he'll be left to make a roster as a free agent.