Connecticut product Blidi Wreh-Wilson is an intriguing name at the cornerback position thanks to his outstanding size.
Wreh-Wilson draws comparisons to Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks thanks to his outstanding size and measureables.
Standing at 6'1" (just a tad shorter than Browner and Sherman) with a ridiculous 32" arm length, Wreh-Wilson caught the eyes the minute he stepped onto the field at Connecticut.
Now entering the NFL level, Wreh-Wilson has a chance to be a major player if he lands in the right situation.
Wreh-Wilson doesn't record a lot of interceptions, but he uses his length to swat attempts thrown his way. Let's take a moment to review some of the best plays of his collegiate career.
All pertinent prospect info courtesy of CBS.