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Sideline Blitz Top 10: Cornerbacks

Cornerback is possibly the deepest position in the NFL Draft. We keep our Top 10 going with Corner Backs!

We aren’t going to lie, the top 10 Cornerback position was so deep that it was the most difficult to build so far. This is the first position that sees second and third round talent all the way to the 10 player on the list. With that said, we present you our top 10 Cornerbacks

1. Marshon Lattimore           Ohio State

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Height: 6’0                              Hand Size: 8 7/8”

Weight: 193                            Arm Length: 31 1/4”

                             Career Statistics:

2015: 6 games 5 tackles (4 solo/1 assisted) 3 PBU

 

2016: 13 games 41 tackles (30 solo/11 assisted) 1 TFL, 9 PBU, 4 INT 1 TD

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.36                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:DNP                                                     Vertical Jump: 38.5”

 

Broad Jump: 132”                                           Short Shuttle: DNP

 

Three Cone: DNP                                                        Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

 

Lattimore is a long corner with good movement skills. He has the prototypical size NFL teams look for in a Corner Back. Lattimore is a very athletic and stays aggressive in his stance at the LOS. He uses his hands well, including a strong inside hand to disrupt receivers’ routes. He matches receivers’ movements well, allowing him to stay with most receivers. He has had an injury history, which has lead him to missing time during his first two seasons. He came on strong in 2016, however, he was not really tested by a lot of top tier WRs. Even with limited playing time, Lattimore has good instincts and feel for the game. He recognizes run plays and works through blockers to make the tackle. He is actually a quality tackler. Lattimore is easily the best Corner back in this deep Corner back draft.

 

Round Value: 1st round

 

2. Tre’Davious White            LSU

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Height: 5’11                            Hand Size: 9 1/8”

Weight: 192                            Arm Length: 32 1/8”

                                Career Statistics:

2013: 13 games 55 tackles (39 solo/16 assisted) 2.5 TFL, 7 PBU, 2 INT, 1 FF

 

2014: 13 games 33 tackles (23 solo/10 assisted) 3 TFL, 1 sack, 1 QB hurry, 6 PBU, 2 INT, 25 PR 273 yards 1 TD

 

2015: 11 games 44 tackles (30 solo/14 assisted) 1.5 TFL, 7 PBU, 20 PR 229 yards 1 TD

 

2016: 12 games 35 tackles (19 solo/16 assisted) 4 TFL, .5 sack, 14 PBU, 2 INT 1 TD, 24 PR 186 yards 1 TD

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.47                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:16 Reps                                               Vertical Jump: 32.0”

 

Broad Jump: 119”                                           Short Shuttle: 4.32

 

Three Cone: 6.90                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

We are a little higher on Tre’Davious White than others, but for good reason. White is a good corner that can be left on an island to cover the best receiver. He has also shown ability to play in the slot at times. He is a quick footed Corner with quality footwork technique. He is aggressive and will attack the ball. He has good burst to the ball as evidence by his INT and PBU totals. (6 INTs/34 PBU). He has good change of direction ability, which helps in the slot and in traffic.  He has punt return ability scoring a TD in each of his last three seasons. He has shown improvement to attack the LOS against the run, but he is not very reliable in run support. White should see an immediate impact in the NFL, especially with his special teams ability.

 

Round Value: 1st round

 

3. Marlon Humphrey            Alabama 

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Height: 6’0                              Hand Size: 8 3/4”

Weight: 197                            Arm Length: 32 1/4”

                                Career Statistics:

2015: 15 games 45 tackles (35 solo/10 assisted) 3.5 TFL, 2 FF, 8 PBU, 3 INTs, 2 FF

 

2016: 14 games 36 tackles (26 solo/10 assisted) 3 TFL, 1 FF, 5 PBU, 2 INT 1 TD, 1 FF

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.41                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:10 Reps                                               Vertical Jump:

 

Broad Jump: 125”                                           Short Shuttle:

 

Three Cone: 6.75                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Much like Lattimore, Humphrey has the size and athleticism for the new wave of Corner backs. He has fluid hips and movement skills. He has good make up speed and good short area acceleration. He excels attacking short routes and getting after the football. He has very good athletic ability reacting to receivers’ routes. Not easily blocked by WRs and will fight off blocking WRs. He has a nose for the football, which is evident by his 5 INTs and 3 FF. He has the ability to take an INT to the house with his ability to jump routes. Willing and able tackler against the run. He is aggressive while pressing, but will become impatient and get caught being overaggressive. His footwork needs improvement, if he wishes to stop giving up separation to WRs. His overall technique can use work, but he has the athletic tools to put it all together. Once he puts athleticism and technique together, he can be a dominant CB in the NFL.

 

Round Value: 1st round

 

4. Gareon Conley           Ohio State 

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Height: 6’0                              Hand Size: 9 1/2”

Weight: 195                            Arm Length: 33”

                                Career Statistics:

2014: 15 games 16 tackles (12 solo/4 assisted) 2 PBU

 

2015: 13 games 49 tackles (33 solo/16 assisted) 1 TFL, .5 sack, 5 PBU, 2 INT 1 kick block

 

2016: 13 games played 26 tackles (21 solo/5 assisted) 8 PBU 4 INT

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.44                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:11 Reps                                               Vertical Jump: 37”

 

Broad Jump: 129”                                           Short Shuttle: 4.18

 

Three Cone: 6.68                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Conley has a little more playing time than his teammate Lattimore, and like Lattimore, has shown improvement in 2016.  Conley uses the sideline to his advantage and force receivers out of bounds. When he can get the inside leverage, he has the upper hand and uses his height to leave the QB little room to throw the ball. He is a good press corner that knows how to match receivers with is feet. He knows how to use his long arms to break up passes and knows how to time throws well. He plays with a low and wide stance that he uses to reroute receivers. Conley can be beat by inside routes and cause him to over extend and get beat. He doesn’t have the loose hips to play in off coverage and plays much better in a pressman situation.

 

Round Value: 1st round

 

5. Adoree’ Jackson         USC

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Height: 5’10                            Hand Size: 9 1/4”

Weight: 186                            Arm Length: 31 3/8”

                                Career Statistics:

2014: 13 games 49 tackles (45 solo/4 assisted) 4 TFL, 1 FF, 9 PBU, 10 rec 138 yards 3 TDs, 23 KR 684 yards 2 TD

 

2015: 14 games 35 tackles (23 solo/12 assisted) 1 FF, 8 PBU, 1 INT 1TD, 27 rec 414 yards 2 TD, 30 KR 690 yards

 

2016: 13 games 55 tackles (46 solo/9 assisted) 2 TFL, 1 FR, 11 PBU, 5 INT, 20 PR 315 yards 2 TD, 26 KR 767 yards 2 TD

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.42                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:                                                            Vertical Jump: 36”

 

Broad Jump: 122”                                           Short Shuttle:

 

Three Cone:                                                     Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

When talking about Adoree’ Jackson, the word playmaker comes to mind.  He played some WR all three seasons, as well as returning punts and kicks. He is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. Jackson has excellent foot speed, which allows him to recover. He mirrors wide receivers well from the press, but can get overaggressive from the press. He shines with his ball skills and ability to time the throw. Jackson may see an immediate impact as a slot corner. His draft stock is helped by his playmaking ability on defense, offense, and special teams. His size will limit how much he plays outside.

 

Round Value: 1st-2nd round

 6. Chidobe Awuzie         Colorado  

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Height: 6’0                              Hand Size: 8 1/2”

Weight: 202                            Arm Length: 30 5/8”

                               Career Statistics:

2013: 12 games 53 tackles (38 solo/15 assisted) 5 TFL, 1 sack, 2 FF, 1 FR, 3 PBU

 

2014: 9 games 63 tackles (54 solo/9 assisted) 2 TFL, 1 QB hurry, 6 PBU

 

2015: 13 games 85 tackles (72 solo/13 assisted) 12 TFL, 4 sacks, 4 QB hurries, 2 FF, 2 INT

 

2016: 14 games 65 tackles (53 solo/12 assisted) 6 TFL, 4 Sacks, 3 QB hurries, 12 PBU, 2 FF, 1 Kick/punt blocked, 1 INT

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.43                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:16 Reps                                               Vertical Jump: 34.5”

 

Broad Jump: 132”                                           Short Shuttle: 4.14

 

Three Cone: 6.81                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Awuzie (Ah-wooz-yeh) has the perfect size and athleticism for the NFL. He has fluid hips which allow for easy change of direction. The word to remember with him, is SMOOTH. Awuzie shows the ability to match step for step in man coverage. He has the suddenness and spring in his step to close in on the ball and receivers. He reads route combinations well and tends to make the right choice. He can be beat deep and lacks the recovery speed if beaten. With his smooth skill and ability to match footwork, he does not get beat much over his head, but if he does, he likely will not be able to catch the receiver. He has shown the ability to be disruptive and make plays in the backfield, as evident by his 25 TFL, 9 sacks, 7 Qb hurries. He is an effective blitzer, especially from the slot.  

 

Round Value: 1st--2nd round

 

7. Kevin King           Washington  

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Height: 6’3                              Hand Size: 9 1/2”

Weight: 200                            Arm Length: 32”

                                Career Statistics:

2013: 10 games 17 tackles (14 solo/3 assisted) 1 FR, 1 PBU

 

2014: 13 games 65 tackles (43 solo/22 assisted) .5 TFL, 1 FF, 3 PBU, 1 INT

 

2015: 11 games 39 tackles (24 solo/15 assisted) 4.5 TFL, 5 PBU, 3 INT

 

2016: 14 games 44 tackles (26 solo/18 assisted) 3.5 TFL, 13 PBU, 2 INT

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.43                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:11 Reps                                               Vertical Jump: 39.5”

 

Broad Jump:                                        Short Shuttle: 3.89

 

Three Cone: 6.56                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Kevin King has been overlooked thanks to his talented teammate Sidney Jones, however, King has been quietly good. King has a rare combination of height and movement for his size. At 6’3, he bends well and transitions well. He has the length to go up and come down with the INT at it’s highest point. He uses the sideline to his advantage, and leave the Qb with no window to throw. He has seen time at both safety spots and both corner spots. He gets aggressive with blocking CBs and is a willing tackler. Willing is different than able. He is willing to step up and attempt a tackle, but he tends to arm tackle, allowing RBs to run through his tackle. He can make ridiculous INTs with ease. His biggest downfall is his height being too tall for CB and his frame being too slender to play safety. He could see some success as a FS in a nickel and line up as an outside corner in the base formation.

 

Round Value: 2nd round

 8. Sidney Jones               Washington  

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Height: 6’0                              Hand Size: 9 3/8”

Weight: 186                            Arm Length: 31 1/2”

                            Career Statistics:

2014: 13 games 61 tackles (48 solo/13 assisted) 2.5 TFL, 1 FF, 5 PBU, 2 INT

 

2015: 13 games 46 tackles (31 solo/15 assisted) 3.5 TFL, 4 FF, 10 PBU, 2 FR 1 TD, 4 INT 1 TD

 

2016: 14 games 39 tackles (27 solo/12 assisted) 2.5 TFL, 2 FF, 6 PBU, 3 INT

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.47                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:                                                             Vertical Jump: 33.5”

 

Broad Jump: 123”                                           Short Shuttle: 4.28

 

Three Cone: 7.02                                             Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Sidney Jones is an aggressive Cornerback that has strong hands. He uses every bit of the 5 yards to contact wide receivers. He has good eyes and trusts what he sees. Undercuts routes well and anticipates routes. He tracks the ball well and finds it early on. He has twitchy feet and good closing speed to get to the ball. He breaks up passes with hand slaps and arm rips. He needs to add weight to his frame and bulk up just a little to continue success in the NFL. He tore his Achilles at his Pro Day, which will unfortunately drop his stock from 1st-2nd to late 2nd-3rd.

Round Value:  2nd—3rd  round

 

9. Rasul Douglas             West Virginia   

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Height: 6’3                              Hand Size: 9 1/4”

Weight: 209                            Arm Length: 32 3/8”

                                Career Statistics:

2015: 11 games 8 tackles (6 solo/2 assisted) 1 PBU, 1 FF, 1 INT

 

2016: 13 games 70 tackles (49 solo/21 assisted) 3.5 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF, 8 PBU, 8 INT 101 yards 1 TD

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.59                                                     10 yard Split:

 

Bench:16 Reps                                                           Vertical Jump: 33.5”

 

Broad Jump: 120”                                                       Short Shuttle: 4.26

 

Three Cone: 6.97                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Rasul Douglas has great size at 6’3 209, but may be better suited to play safety in the NFL. He is a strong/physical corner with good ball skills. He attacks slant routes and makes a play on the ball. Solid tackler and gets ball carriers to the ground. Usually wins jump balls and has the ball skills necessary to come down with the ball. His size will become a problem with smaller, shiftier WRs. He is too upright to cover smaller WRs and will get beat by deep fast WRs. His productive 2016 will leave teams interested, especially with his size and athletic ability.

 

Round Value: 3rd round

 

10. Fabian Moreau           UCLA    

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Height: 6’0                              Hand Size: 9”

Weight: 206                            Arm Length: 31 3/8”

                               Career Statistics:

2012: 11 games 4 tackles (3 solo/1 assisted)

 

2013: 12 games 52 tackles (27 solo/25 assisted) .5 TFL, 4 PBU, 1 FF

 

2014: 13 games 53 tackles (40 solo/13 assisted) 3 TFL, 8 PBU, 1 INT

 

2015: 3 games 8 tackles (5 solo/3 assisted) 1 PBU

 

2016: 12 games 31 tackles (24 solo/7 assisted) 1 TFL, 1 FF, 9 PBU, 2 INT

 

Combine / Pro Day Testing:

 

40 Yard Dash: 4.35                                         10 yard Split:

 

Bench:                                                            Vertical Jump: 38.0”

 

Broad Jump: 136”                                           Short Shuttle: 4.12

 

Three Cone: 6.94                                                         Combine Notes:

 

Scouting Report from Scout Bret LaGasse:

Moreau was a former RB and has the size, speed, and strength of a RB. Moreau has fluid movement, with good lateral quickness and agility. He has the ability to attack underneath routes and disrupt slants. He has the strength to press and disrupt WRs at the LOS, but he has to maintain his aggressiveness. He tends to allow smaller WRs to get over on him. He is a good wrap up tackler and will be effective against the run. He will be limited to a press man or an off coverage defense. He still has work to do as far as being a CB, but he has the potential to develop into a quality NFL CB.

 

Round Value: 3rd round

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