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Adrian Bushell wasn't one of the elite stars at Louisville in 2012, though he put together a pretty good season. He was a highly touted prospect at Florida, even placed among the likes of Joe Haden and Janoris Jenkins.
However, Bushell transferred to Louisville with Charlie Strong. Now, thanks to a decent 2012 season, Bushell is among those being considered a mid-round selection. Cincinnati drafted Dre Kirkpatrick in the first round of 2012 and still has Leon Hall. Moving into the 2013 season, these should be the starting corners.
Bushell will be good for depth behind the two of them. The futures of Pacman Jones, Terence Newman and Nate Clements are all in doubt, though the latter two are likely to duck out.
Bushell was coached by one of the better defensive minds in college football at Louisville and he is a very tight receiver. His hands aren't the greatest and he won't pull down many picks. However, he is a great runner and will apply stingy pressure to opposing receivers, keeping them at bay when he is in the game.