PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT
In Chip Kelly's UCLA offense, Charbonnet attempted a gap-style run 63% of the time in 2021. As a freshman at Michigan in 2019, Charbonnet played in a zone heavier scheme as 60% of his attempts came from a zone-based run.
PASS GAME ANALYSIS
Charbonnet can run routes in and out of the backfield as a receiver. He is solid in the screen game and has enough fluidity as an athlete to run routes extending into the second level. Charbonnet is an adequate pass protector and possesses the size to absorb bigger blitzing LB's.
RUN GAME ANALYSIS
In the run game, Charbonnet possesses the power that NFL teams like to see. He can get dirty between the tackles where he can bounce off of contact and become a nightmare for second and third-level defenders. He plays with good patience and vision and often sees a hole close in advance before bouncing to daylight. For a bigger back, Charbonnet has excellent footwork and lateral movement. Charbonnet can be an upright runner, but that will not deter NFL scouts and GM's looking for a player with size and three-down ability.
Charbonnet has legit three-down versatility; he is also a dangerous receiver out of the backfield. For a bigger back, Charbonnet plays with great footwork and possesses the ability to make a defender miss in space or run through arm tackles.