—Good-sized cornerback at 6'0", 201 pounds with smooth movement skills and clean transitions.
—Versatile athlete who competed as a decathlete.
—Fit and hips are impressive. Can turn and run with outside receivers. Breaks on the ball well.
—Classic press cornerback who uses his length well at the line of scrimmage. Arm length is good (33 ½").
—Ideal fit in a scheme that lets him play at the line of scrimmage where his length, toughness and hips allow him to match up in man coverage.
—Top-end speed is questioned by scouts; ran a 4.50 at the combine.
—Struggles in off coverage to time his turns.
—Could stand to play with better strength at the line of scrimmage.
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GRADE: 7.00 (Round 1)
PRO PLAYER COMPARISON: Joe Haden, Pittsburgh Steelers