I liked 2014 Days better than Laskey. Seemed to swim through holes better. Laskey often put his head down and plowed straight thru.
One thing Laskey did better than any BB CPJ had was it was rare he ever lost yardage or got stopped in the backfield. I believe there was a stat one season of the top RBs in college football with the lowest amount of rushing attempts for a loss, and Laskey was like in the top 3.
Laskey wasn't spectacular, he was just consistent. There's a reason why the Rams converted him into a FB and he stuck around the League for 2 seasons. I agree though, Days had the potential for bigger plays than Laskey.