The Denver Broncos added a running back in the 2017 NFL Draft the same day they traded Kapri Bibbs to the San Francisco 49ers for a 2018 draft pick. The Broncos picked up De’Angelo Henderson, a back out of Coastal Carolina University, in the sixth round on Saturday.

Highlights are scarce for the diminutive, 5-foot-7 back, but he’s cut from the same cloth as Danny Woodhead. He’s small, quick and highly productive. He holds the NCAA Division I record for consecutive games with a touchdown with 35.

Henderson rushed for more than 1,000 yards in three of his four seasons at Coastal Carolina. The only season he didn’t reach the 1,000-yard plateau was his freshman year when he was injured for three games. He averaged more than 6.5 yards per carry in college.

He could be a perfect change-of-pace back to C.J. Anderson, the bowling ball. Henderson uses his speed to his advantage rather than strength or physicality. He’ll have to compete with Devontae Booker and Juwan Thompson for playing time behind Anderson.

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