Position Ranking: #1
Strengths: The new prototype for the position; outstanding combination of size, speed, and strength. Physical stature and strength is that of the ideal NFL strong safety, but skill set and abilities are that of the ideal NFL cornerback. Extremely physical and excels in press coverage. Very good foot quickness in transition and shows an even and quick crossover step. Can turn and shade any wide receiver up to 30 yards downfield; stays on the hip with eyes locked on target. Shows good instincts and awareness when playing off coverage, follows the eyes of the quarterback and quickly plants and drives to the spot of the throw with good anticipation. Consistently breaks up passes or dislodges the ball from the receiver. Thoroughly dominated less talented wide receivers.
A heavy hitter and can handle big skill players on an island when he wraps at the point of attack. Consistently physical in run support and has the strength to contain the edge and force runs inside. An aggressive blitzer who releases off the corner quickly to get in the backfield. Not hesitant to stick his head in a pile or collide with physical runners. A playmaker on punt returns, has the straight line speed and agility in space to go the distance. Mentally strong and plays aggressive through four quarters.
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