—Dominated at UCF in 2017 as a cornerback and return man with excellent speed and toughness.
—Very strong player on the field and in drills. Repped out 20 times in the bench press.
—Scary good return man who can impact the game as a punt and kickoff returner.
—Handles short-area quickness well and is strong enough to get physical at the line to redirect routes.
—Tough dude who won't back down from any challenge.
—Easy athleticism shows him moving well in space both as a corner and return man.
—Lacks experience and played just one season against American Athletic Conference talent.
—Height is less than ideal and could put him in the slot (5'10").
—Speed wasn't great at the combine (4.53-second 40) and didn't impress in drills with stiff hips.
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GRADE: 6.99 (Round 2)
PRO PLAYER COMPARISON: Tre'Davious White, Buffalo Bills