In a wild, pass-heavy, offensive conference, Nickell Robey proved he can handle the demands of covering some of the most talented receivers in the nation.
As a thee-year starter for the USC Trojans, Robey leaves the collegiate ranks with an impressive resume. Ball skills, long speed, quick feet, competitiveness—Robey has it.
The former Trojan will look to contribute at the next level as a slot corner and special teams ace. If you focus too much on his lack of size, you'll miss the traits that make Robey a special prospect in this year's draft.
Here are five things you need to know about him.