A three down runner with size, physicality and impressive change of direction. Charbonnet forced over 120 missed tackles in the last two seasons, he's a master at creating extra yards.
A big bodied runner with a muscular build, Charbonnet instantly stood out on the field after transferring from Michigan to UCLA.
He’s a pinball runner that consistently had tacklers bounce off of him and a stiff arm in his arsenal. What makes his power running a weapon is his ability to change direction and get up field after taking on contact.
Per PFF, he had 44 runs of 10+ yards in 2022 and averaged 4.2 yards after contact. Over the last two seasons, he forced 121 missed tackles.
As a pass catcher, Charbonnet is a chains mover on easy targets. 17 of his 37 catches last season went for first downs, showing the ability to get up the field and fall forward.
With two years of big time production behind him, Charbonnet has proven to be a true three down threat with ideal patience and a power running style built for the NFL. There are shades of Matt Forte in his game.