Alabama’s Derrick Henry is expected to the second running back taken in this year’s NFL Draft after Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott. Henry has scheduled meetings with the Seahawks, Panthers, and Cowboys according to Ian Rapoport.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 4, 2016
The Seahawks have the 26th overall pick and will be looking to replace Marshawn Lynch he announced his retirement earlier this offseason. The Panthers pick 30th and could be looking for another back to compliment Jonathan Stewart. The Cowboys own the 4th pick so they might be looking to take Henry if he drops into the second round.