While former Cincinnati Bearcats safety Drew Frey won't be the first safety off the board—heck, he probably won't be one of the first 10—it doesn't mean he isn't going to become an NFL-caliber safety.
Frey is a cerebral safety who makes up for his lack of speed with good instincts and a thorough understanding of the game. Safeties are often described as the "quarterback of the defense" and Frey certainly boasts the smarts that NFL teams look for in safeties.
At 6'3" and 212 pounds, Frey has ideal size and length, which aids in his sure tackling.
Frey will need some time to develop into a NFL safety, but he flashed enough in his college career to spark the intrigue of general managers throughout the league who may use as high as a mid-round pick on the promising young playmaker.
Here is a look at some of Frey's best highlights.