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Gilmore is a big, aggressive corner.
When it comes to defensive backs, most of the hype has centered on Senior Bowl standouts like Janoris Jenkins and Brandon Boykin.
Stephon Gilmore did well for himself in Indianapolis.
Gilmore measured 6'0" and weighed in at 190 pounds. He ran an incredibly fast 4.40 in the 40 for a corner at his size.
In drills, he looked very fluid and flashed some short-area quickness when he had to break forward. He had some drops in the final drill, but looked good catching the ball on deeper throws.
In his career, Gilmore has shown a lot of versatility. As a corner he intercepted eight passes, broke up 17 more, registered 7.0 sacks and 15.0 tackles for loss.
In addition, he completed 2-of-3 as a passer for 68 yards, ran the football seven times for another 37 yards, and returned 28 punts for 206 yards and two kicks for another 47.
He scored one touchdown in his career.
Gilmore is an aggressive player, both in coverage and in run support. He will play physical with receivers, go after the ball when it's in the air and throw his body at ball carriers.
Gilmore could be available when the Eagles pick in the second round, and if he is, he could bring the attitude and vocal leadership that fans crave.