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Dre Kirkpatrick: Kirkpatrick showed very solid play at corner while playing for Alabama, but his petite size will be the undoing of him as an NFL cornerback. He lacks the physicality and beef to withstand the beating he will receive by NFL receivers.
He would thrive at safety, however, a rumor that has been tossed around by a lot of people and makes sense to just as many.
I think Kirkpatrick would be much more successful, and healthy, if he were to move over to safety. The move would allow him to use his strength and quickness to support the defense, opposed to taking the brunt of the abuse as a corner.
Janoris Jenkins: Jenkins did not make the list because I feel like he is too much of a loose cannon off the field. Jenkis has three arrests to his record during his college career. He was such a problem that his former coach at Florida, Will Muschamp, released him from the team. This release led to his transfer to North Alabama.
Jenkins has been arrested twice for marijuana use and one for a fight outside of a night club. On top of these incidents, Jenkins spent a good deal of his time with North Alabama recovering from a shoulder injury. Between the injury and the history of off-the-field violence and drug use, he's just too much of a liability to keep on any NFL roster.