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Matt Miller's Thoughts
Matt Miller has had an eye on Stanley Jean-Baptiste for a while now, so it's no surprise that he predicts the cornerback will be drafted before any other Cornhusker. Also, prior to senior week, he saw Jean-Baptiste's stock as rising. In his final mock draft, Miller has Jean-Baptiste being drafted late in the second round.
What He Brings to the Table
At 6'3" and 218 pounds, Jean-Baptiste has definitely sparked some interest from NFL teams. As of now, NFL Draft Scout has him ranked as the No. 12 cornerback in the draft.
As Miller pointed out, he's been compared to Richard Sherman. While they're not identical players, the similarities are what excite teams. Jean-Baptiste is a big cornerback who could be moved to safety depending on a team's needs, but he's aggressive.
"Some may knock his hip technique or how high he plays, but when you're over 6'2", you won't be as flexible as a smaller cornerback. That's OK, because a smaller cornerback can't press and jam like he can," Miller noted.
Where He Will Be Selected: Late second round
Teams That May Bite: San Francisco 49ers (Miller's Pick), New Orleans Saints, San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions