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1Morris Claiborne7.2LSU5116/185/4.45Bites at times on double move with pump fake, needs to keep feet and has quickness/reaction to recover even when he does. Press bail at LOS, still gets hands on WR but for much more than 5 yards, very good at turning to locate ball while using arm bar to locate. Mirroring skills when press bailing are fantastic, slow plays vs long steps, quick feet when needed. Holds the open edge adequately after closing down but won't fight over for tackle. Frequently plays the ball in the air when trailing better than the WR, high points, takes inside lane, two hands. Does need to improve vs play vs hesitation slant, more contact. Not a true press jam corner, press bail that gets physical with WRs that break in front of him at full speed. Has a nice burst to finish when tackling but may miss some when dropping head despite bringing arms. Love how he presses in man coverage, doesn't extend to jam at the line, wait for WR to enter his space then initiates contact to redirect. May get stuck in no man's land in short zones, allow intermediate routes in soft zone behind him. Stays in good positioning at the line even against very physical WR. Outstanding at spinning his hips and trailing vs outside release. Needs to do better at clicking and closing versus LOS short routes and under control. Needs to fight through block once he has edge responsibility covered. Dislodges WR from ball if they leave their feet for the ball, wraps and burst. Needs improvement in anticipating angle to tackle. Doesn't have that one plant cut on KR but runs tough. Flashes losing edge responsibility vs run when RB is in backfield and fighting over. Very comfortable under cutting routes downfield, experienced on his island.http://bit.ly/I6sS1Y

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2Dre Kirkpatrick6.4Alabama6014/192/4.49Experienced in off zone, press jam, and press bail coverage. A bit unfluid in off zone cvg, frenetic when reading QBs eyes, wasted movements but gets physical. Even when passing off routes in zone coverage he gets physical, disrupts routes. Less wasted movement when trailing/hip pocket. Arm bar and looks back, could improve head turn timing. Potentially could get caught overextending on the jam instead of contacting when balanced. Too overconfident? Confident enough to hide specific coverage until snap, lots of pre-snap movement. Reads screens and outside runs quickly and effectively. Loves playing the run, very difficult to contain. Angles could be more aggressive but he breaks down before contact. Catches physical receivers when in off coverage rather than delivering a pop and working over it. http://bit.ly/yCWGMl

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3Stephon Gilmore6.4South Carolina6003/193/4.52Solid blitzer from the outside, explodes into tackle and low. Occasionally baits ball carrier into thinking edge is clear, quickly takes it away after starting straight up. Lines up at safety if side is open/without WR, not overly aggressive when coming up to play the run from deep half. Can really lock up a WR physically within 5 yards, tough for them to release. Biggest issue may be getting caught flat footed on intermediate slant, usually occurs when missing contact in route. Not stuck on certain side of field, shadows WR. Unafraid of undercutting deep post in off coverage after flipping hips multiple times. Clicks and closes well in man coverage, with little wasted movement, sticks in pocket throughout. Doesn't immediately get in piles downfield, backs up for safe angle. Always tackles RB low, especially when closing. I don't see an outstanding burst to close, instead I see consistent/fluid footwork. Will take on receivers high with good form to tackle. Does best in zone when shoulders are squared at QB, watches entire time, strafes, passes off. Needs ot locate the ball better on fade routes, armbar and turn head. When he wants to extend and jam at the line he is really physical, jolts. Occasionally allows WR to gain downfield position on him for passes that require high pointing. Flashes using vertical.http://bit.ly/yCWGMl

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4Janoris Jenkins6.1North Alabama5096/191/4.46Struggles to keep his feet at times, when having to adjust his tackle angle. Plenty of experience at slot CB in nickel situations, shadows top WR. Confidently helps in run support from nickel spot. Very physical in underneath crossing routes when pressing at LOS in man coverage. Hides blitz well, looks in but keeps shoulders squared on WR and angle. Very reliable tackler. Can really stick his foot in the ground on back pedal and drive upfield. Attacks the ball and WR at the catch point, always seems to be in the hip pocket. Plays the ball in the air like someone much bigger, high points. Probably the best combination of physicality and man to man coverage in the draft. Locks up receiver on the jam well but bigger targets may catch over him on the move.http://bit.ly/JNfegM

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5Jamell Fleming6.0Okalhoma5105/202/4.54Lots of press bail, unafraid of getting beaten off the snap, balanced positioning. Solid when jamming/pressing, needs to do a better job of staying in hip pocket downfield. Very fluid when reacting to subtle WR movements, spins/flips hips, little wasted movement. May not be able to change direction on a dime. Can be slow to react in off coverage, strafes downfield while watching QB's eyes. Press zone concept, can pass off WR deep and drive on underneath route. Frequent blitzer with solid success, adequate closing speed. Contains edge very well, solid positioning and shed. Best in press scheme, reacts well to WR movements in close proximity. Out of school in '11 spring for personal reasons. Grades?http://bit.ly/y2JRCy

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6Jayron Hosley5.9Virginia Tech5096/172/4.52Thinly built, mostly legs and arms need to bulk up. Very good closing burst, clicks and closes and lays out for the ball/tackle. Erratic punt returner, too many moves instead of focusing on beating 1st man. Moves all over the field, not locked into one side of field. Sticks with WR off jam that take outside release, hesitates with them to stay in hip pocket but needs to locate ball sooner. Recognizes screen quickly and dips around block, gets low. Does much better to locate ball/QB when trailing WR/TE on crossing route. Sticks with TE well, not consistently overpowered. Drops head on RB tackles and arms are really wide, trips instead of wrapping. Is not as fluid in zone, some wasted steps, but reads QBs eyes and anticipates outstandingly well. Tries to make home run punt returns too frequently, presses the issue too much. Occasionally is too out of control when closing on WR screens, needs to break down. May leave too much separation vs deep crossing routes. Bigger WRs can create more separation/ out position him better in off coverage. Often times contact at catch point very well.http://bit.ly/IuaZb6

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7Alfonzo Dennard5.9Nebraska5100/203/4.49Physical CB, especially in the slot, two hand jam and trails, reaches inside. Strictly a press corner, does take one step and go in off coverage has burst to close. Struggles flipping hips in off cvg, runs with vertical routes. Can lose jam against a quick step outside then move inside. Very good at staying physical downfield without drawing a penalty, stays in hip pocket.Reads short crossing routes well in zone, drives and good footwork/angle to beat WR to the catch point. Gets hand son WR when turning head and locating the ball. Poor form when holding edge vs the run. Lowers head too often when tackling, needs to wrap up. http://bit.ly/x5FpkB

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8Trumaine Johnson5.8Montana6020/204/4.54Hip turn is fluid from press man, doesn't have very good burst when clicking/driving forward, doesn't wrap up on tackle. Proper technique when gaining edge responsibility, inside arm to inside shoulder, sits to force back inside. Goes too far upfield at times vs run, leaves wide lane, needs to stay at LOS. Gets to WR way too early at catch point when driving from pedal occasionally. Doesn't do enough when getting off block and make a play for his size. Attempts shoulder tackles far too often, expect better tackling for a player his size. 1 speed blitzer, 4.60 speed, nothing special even with aggressive angle. Lacks fluidity in short off coverage, jittery and some wasted movements. Flashes high pointing INT. Gets too complacent with jam or when feet are too heavy footed, allows separation. Needs to be in a press man scheme, too heavy footed/lacks burst to close in zone. Does well when trailing, slight burst to undercut but not sure if that translates. Flashes big hits on RB and WR but just as many poor attempts. http://bit.ly/I5wPG9

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9Brandon Boykin5.8Georgia5092/183/4.44Cover 2 CB that stares at QB, fluid in breaks/hips. Slot corner in nickel situations. Limited in press coverage but gets physical when in the slot. Attacks blocking WR vs the run but with wrong shoulder, locks out arms. Fights over blocks to get in good position. Terrible tackler, dives at legs instead of breaking down in space and wrapping up. Bad angles, never makes direct hits, has to chase a lot. Solid blitzer though and holds edge responsibility on pass rush. Rarely wraps up, better inside bc bad positioning vs run won't hurt as badly. Superstar special teamer, gunner and productive returner. Not a flashy returner in terms of making people miss.http://bit.ly/w7j9jh

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10Josh Norman5.7Coastal Carolina6003/203/4.52Excellent at high pointing, leaving and timing jump, plus hands. Does well in cover two zone, physical with short routes, passes off to drop with sideline route and undercuts pass. Lots of talk at Shrine that he guesses on routes, tough to tell if its reaction or guessing, consistently worked during Shrine week either way. Loose with the football after INT. Loves undercutting routes, taking chances, watches QBs eyes. Prefers to tackle low, nice burst to drive through but leads with shoulder.http://bit.ly/IbvwA2

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11Dwight Bentley5.7Louisiana Lafayette5097/176/4.49Initial angle is fairly tentative when coming up to play the run but confidently closes once line is open, unafraid to tackle high. Experienced in the slot in nickel situations, off coverage. Doesn't contact receivers enough, lets them have a free route. Mostly a cover two zone corner that watches QB eyes in back pedal. Thinly built, doesn't have strength to work through blocks but instead uses quickness. Can be too aggressive when closing on RB in the backfield. Gives too much space to WR at top of routes, has a quick burst but usually too far to break up pass in many cases. Doesn't have wasted steps but too conservative with cushion. Spies the QB, has a nice feel when WRs enter his area. Closes down end on runs away very well, TFL from backside. Occasionally lines up in some press man, feet are a little erratic but short bursts make up ground. Very good closing/trailing speed, can stay in same distance with anyone.http://bit.ly/JwsWsI

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12Ryan Steed5.6Furman5103/190/4.50Wasted steps in off coverage when picking which route to cover. Has to be in a press man scheme, lacks short area quicks but has great length and intelligence, adequate athlete. High points very well, lots of easy gimme INTs at Furman. Mostly played off zone or man coverage, pressed with positive results at the Senior Bowl. Outside in versus the run, works around the edge and wrap up tackler. Reaction quickness is adequate, needs to decipher sooner, but he sure does drive on the ball strong and stout tackler. Solid arm bar when in hip pocket, uses it to locate ball in air. Would love to have seen him solely play press in college, only style his skills fit. On his best plays it doesn't seem like reaction, more like understanding, last one to leave film study in Mobile.http://bit.ly/Ik2P6z

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13Asa Jackson5.6California Poly5097/193/4.40One cut KR, little wasted movement, goal is to get upfield. Off coverage, plants in one step with good burst, has difficulties beating block/working around it, pushed back. Zone coverage, some wasted movements/indecision when choosing route to drive on. Ducks head on tackle. Could anticipate better but do like his quick feet to catch up/work towards WR. Not going to be known for tackling but feisty on ankles. Occasional press man, usually in redzone, a little impatient in going for jam, one step behind on break. Tends to make contact when pressing off routes but I wouldn't call him physical. Gets up quickly after missing tackle to attempt another one. Most trouble in man comes from allowing WR to cross his face on inside cut. Plays the ball fairly well for his size but somewhat limited in that area.http://bit.ly/Ikcbz8

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14Shaun Prater5.5Iowa5101/185/4.49

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15Josh Robinson5.5Central Florida5094/192/4.47Doesn't have that click and close mentality on underneath routes, leaves too much separation in off coverage. Loses sideline responsibility when closing on screens. Lots of off coverage man, immediately back pedals on snap, plenty of room for WR. Choppy footwork and can flip his hips quickly, needs to add physical element during routes. Has plenty of speed and closing burst why give so much ground? One step plant and cut, hesitates once at tackle point though. Just an adequate tackler, loses edge responsibility too often. Plays the ball in the air very well, acrobatic high points. See him best as a slot corner bc of quicks. http://bit.ly/JkB1zM

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16Casey Hayward5.4Vanderbilt5110/188/4.53Needs to do better when holding the edge vs the run, when facing pulling OL he dives to the ground. Some experience as a slot corner, fights around block but no effort on tackle. No arms when tackling, dives low with shoulder. Sits on underneath routes, baits intermediate throw, tips off hands. Lacks very good hands to come down with INTs in contested situations. Not the quickest hands/feet, can get caught flat footed and pushed to the ground when challenged to chest. Allows too much distance when trailing on crossing routes. Lacks change of direction quickness, overruns cutting tackler, poor anticipation. Allows easy outside releases far too often, timing routes force him into no man's land in zone unless he can delay and redirect. Really struggles when caught flat footed or forced to stop/start. Best skill is dislodging ball from WR at catch point, forced to do it often. Gets blown by in off coverage if late flipping his hips and running.http://bit.ly/IMBEiV

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17Chase Minnifield5.4Virginia 6000/185/4.49Off coverage without much closing burst, slow to recognize. Wrap up tackler which is tough to find. Just doesn't process quickly enough, wasted steps. Very wiry build, lacks that good burst to close. I don't see anticipation, see him playing with high posture. Best in man, using wiry frame to latch onto and ride WR downfield. Can overextend and miss jam vs inside crossing receiver at LOS but at least gets 1 hand and flips hips to trail. Don't see any exceptional qualities, best suited for man. Lacks full effort on every snap. http://bit.ly/JmeQ9Q

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18Coryell Judie5.4Texas A&M5111/190/4.48Frequently injured. Has return experience but no special qualities in that area. Waits on tackles, doesn't meet them halfway, catches. Lots of off coverage zone. Baits throw over the top. Doesn't force enough contact in press situations and throughout routes, contact comes at catch point. See someone that can strike with WR, play ball in air, but nothing feisty during routes, allows route and positioning. http://bit.ly/IiWRzo

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19Robert Blanton5.4Notre Dame6003/197/4.53Limited to a press corner. Stutters feet on press bail vs inside step to outside release. Great length, immediately makes contact. Forced to hold in off coverage bc of stiff hips, really lacks quickness to react and turn. Holds edge very well vs run and screens, uses length and physical play to tackle with outside responsibility. Locates pass/QB well when comfortable in hip pocket, arm bar. Attacks ball at catch point. Drives on under routes but lacks quickness/straight speed. Solid tackler.http://bit.ly/zPszrx

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20Terrence Frederick5.3Texas A&M5096/187/4.52Slot CB 3yrs exp. Solid in z-cvg, nickel role. - Deep/inter routes at times but usually in + position. Reads QBs eyes from slot, takes + cvg & tackle angles. Worse in press/man outside, rarely pedals. - Hands outside, uses inside. + COD, one step, adeq qks to close. Prefers to be in + positioning rather than play ball. Consistently good vs run, holds edge, fights. +Blitzer, efficient, hides it well. Wrap up.http://bit.ly/zzRwGg

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21Leonard Johnson5.3Iowa State5097/198/4.49Feisty player, really short arms but gets into WR body on jam. May miss extended reach, mostly LCB. Lacks change of direction quickness on multiple breaking routes, needs to initiate contact to slow down WR. Loses outside responsibility when line to backfield/tackle is too aggressive. Height is an issue when high pointing, can get out jumped frequently. Gets overconfident when fighting for ball in air, wraps arms around body. Think he is a very limited player due to size and natural skills, makes the most of what he has but man corner maybe best in slot.http://bit.ly/IbQxum

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22DeQuan Menzie5.2Alabama5104/195/4.65Adeq in off cvg, flashes press ability. RCB in base, slot in Nickel. + avg hip turn & run, shifts before snap. Hands on WR when in area, does not extend/reach. Persistent with armbar down sideline. - Long spd, , -qks, can get outrun or slow on qk moves. Marginal in zone cvg, - read/react, extra steps with - burst. Slow feet allow yards in flats, does not reroute. Adeq ball skills, locates ball. Willing to hold edge vs run but won't fight off block. Suspect tackler, drops head, results in misses.http://bit.ly/tOQYLR

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23Keith Tandy5.1West Virginia5100/202/4.54

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24Donnie Fletcher5.1Boston College6002/201/4.53

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25Charles Brown5.0UNC5091/209/4.49Suspended '10 with others. Mostly plays LCB. Lots of off cvg vs crossing routes, lacks speed but just trails. Best when climbing the ladder on high throws, corner of endzone, curls, backpedals, locates and swats. Marginal closing speed/burst but can make a big hit. Overextends on jam, minimal make up speed hurts. Has a lot of trouble slowing down WRs off the snap. Once caught flat footed, inability to change direction. ST ability.http://bit.ly/Ar0OW3

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26Quenton Washington5.0USF5102/195/4.50

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27Antwuan Reed4.5Pittsburgh5095/184/4.54

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28Cameron Chism4.5Maryland5111/194/4.52

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29Omar Bolden2.0Arizona State5103/195/4.49

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30Antonio Fenelus2.0Wisconsin5082/190/4.49

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31Cliff Harris2.0Oregon5106/168/4.49

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32Mike Harris2.0FSU5103/195/4.52

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33JJ Jones2.0Wayne State5095/196/4.52

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34Chaz Powell2.0Penn Sate6011/206/4.48

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35De'Andre Presley2.0Appalachian State5101/178/4.38

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36Coty Sensabaugh2.0Clemson5112/187/4.56

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37Trevin Wade2.0Arizona5100/192/4.56

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38Janzen Jackson2.0McNeese State5111/189/4.49

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39Justin Bethel2.0Presbyterian5111/196/4.48

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40Micah Pellerin2.0Hampton6003/195/4.49

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