Bacarri Rambo is one of Georgia's many talented defenders who are set to make the leap to the NFL in 2013.
Rambo has watched his stock slip due to a couple of suspensions which have presented some character concerns, but that doesn't change the fact that he'll be hearing his name called relatively early in this year's draft.
He's a young safety with a lot of promise and a potential mid-round steal for one lucky NFL team.
Rambo is no stranger to the highlight reel from his time playing in the SEC. The following clips will give you a better look into one of this year's most underrated NFL prospects.
It's difficult for some defensive backs to make a play on a long ball, but not Bacarri Rambo.
If you didn't know any better, you'd think that Rambo was the receiver on this play.
The way that he turns and adjusts to the ball in the air is so smooth and graceful, a skill that is tough to teach and shows the signs of a true playmaker.
Rambo is certainly good in coverage, but that doesn't mean his style of play is limited to strictly that.
He does an excellent job of anticipating snap counts and sending the pressure when called upon.
The last thing an opposing quarterback wants to see is a hard-hitter like Rambo flying through the line untouched.
If you listen to the audio, the commentator incorrectly states that the ball is jarred lose by former teammate and now Miami Dolphins safety Reshad Jones.
Upon a second look, you'll notice that Bacarri Rambo is actually the guy who flies in at the perfect moment and lays down the vicious hit.
His technique is solid, as he throws his shoulder forward first rather than leading with his head.
Despite being carted off after the play and giving everyone a scare, he was thankfully OK.
Rambo is one of the best prospects in the draft when it comes to reading a quarterback's eyes and movements.
He does an amazing job of baiting the quarterback into making some throws, where he then can utilize his speed and jump the route to force a turnover.
Here, Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel is forced out of the pocket to try to buy time and find an open receiver.
Rambo reads this play instantly and accelerates at the finish to cut off the open man and put an end to the goal-line threat with a pick.
This is a very interesting highlight, something that I can honestly say is uncommon to see a player attempt to pull off.
Rather than simply dragging the ball-carrier to the ground, Bacarri Rambo literally rips the ball right out of his opponent's hands and takes off with it. What makes this really intriguing is that this isn't the only time he's done this.
Bacarri Rambo is known for his hard-hitting and reliable hands in the secondary.
Having reliable hands is one thing, but being able to do something with the ball after an interception is another.
Rambo does a great job of not only jumping the route, but then finding a way weave across the field and get in the end zone for a pick six.
He's the kind of playmaker that can change the momentum of a game in an instant and put up points on the defensive end.
Here you'll notice the ever-popular option package run by the Florida Gators. After first faking the hand off, quarterback Jeff Driskel decides to keep the ball and push the play outside.
Bacarri Rambo does an excellent job of reading this play from the onset and comes from the opposite side of the field to stop the run for a short gain.
With the option's growing popularity among NFL teams, the ability to make a quick judgement and attack the read-option is something that is becoming more and more desirable.