Odds: 10 percent
Prior to the 2013 season, Bradley Roby had a chance to enter this draft as the undisputed top cornerback. However, a disappointing junior season in which he was exposed by some of the top receivers in the country put his stock in free fall.
Still, Roby's diverse skill set is enough to make teams overlook his "down" year in 2013. He has good size for the position (5'11") and tested well at the combine, clocking a 4.39 40-yard dash.
Roby is not afraid to be physical against the run and is excellent when changing direction—the perfect formula for a slot cornerback, where he would be able to contribute immediately. However, he was beaten easily in 50-50 situations and was prone to lapses in concentration, raising questions about his football IQ.
Despite being a bit of a project, the Jets appear to be very interested in Roby having brought him in for a pre-draft visit, according to a tweet by DraftInsider.net's Tony Pauline.
Initially, Roby can contribute in nickel and dime packages before taking over responsibilities on the outside. While he was not often used in press-man coverage, his great lateral movement and speed give him a chance to excel in this area if given proper coaching.
All combine results courtesy of NFL.com.