Former Vineland star Isiah Pacheco is making an impact at Kansas City Chiefs training camp.

The 7th-Round pick out of Rutgers will start as the teams primary kick returner when the Chiefs open the preseason according to Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com.

He is also making an impression as a running back, backing up starter Clyde Edwards-Helaire with a few others.

While at Rutgers, Pacheco finished his career with 2,442 yards and 18 touchdowns across 44 total games for the Scarlett Knights.

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He made a name for himself at the NFL combine, he ran a 4.37 40-yard dash, which was matched by only South Dakota State's Pierre Strong.

At Vineland, Pacheco played quarterback, running back and defensive back for the Fighting Clan, rushing for 1,414 yards and 18 touchdowns, adding 598 yards and three touchdowns in the air.

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