Two productive years of college and one ACL injury was enough for University of North Carolina running back Giovani Bernard. By entering his name early in the 2013 NFL draft, Gio Bernard immediately improved a running back class that lacks first-round options. A two-time All-ACC pick as a running back, and once as a return man, Bernard’s a legitimate playmaker. Mike Detillier, creator and owner of the annual Mike Detillier?s Draft Report, has Bernard as the No. 43 overall prospect in April?s draft and No. 1 running back in the class. He rushed for 122.8 yards per game and 6.7 yards per carry last season, and was also the nation’s top punt returner at 16.4 yards per attempt, with two touchdowns.