Bradley Roby, the former Ohio State standout, was drafted 31st overall by the Denver Broncos in the 2014 NFL draft. Roby was a star with the Buckeyes, and his talent was too much for the Broncos to pass up.
Roby helped anchor a secondary that could lock down opposing offenses last season and was an All American in 2012. He was named to the All-Big 10 team in 2013 and was a force in the secondary.
The corner possesses blazing speed and great leaping ability, which allows him to keep up with the fastest wideouts in the league. He's agile enough to keep up with even the most elusive players, and he can be a formidable hitter.
But Roby is a risky pick as well. He struggles in zone from time to time, often conceding catches underneath, and is somewhat undersized for an NFL corner. There are some minor character concerns as well.
Will Roby's speed and athleticism translate to the NFL? Or will he prove to be too small to find success at the next level? Watch as our draft experts discuss the former Buckeye's ceiling, and what he brings to the pros.