Brandon Dubinsky Elite Jersey Carlton Davis didn’t run well enough to put himself into the conversation as a top-end first-rounder, but as a late first or early second-round pick he has the tools to Charles Barkley Jersey become a very good starter in a scheme that’ll let him play up on the line.
He still grades out as a top-20 player on film with his awareness, size and ball skills making him a likely starter as a rookie playing outside cornerback. He should still hear his name called somewhere in the second half of Round 1.
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Denzel Ward won’t wow you with Patrick Peterson-like size, but he’s so fast, fluid and instinctive that NFL scouts can’t stay away from his tape. Ward is a lock to be the first cornerback drafted and has a chance to be a top-10 selection.
Heath Harding is a blast to watch, but he’s the type of player more likely to be a good college corner and not as much of an NFL prospect. His lack of size and speed (4.56 40-yard dash) could lead to an undrafted free-agent role, but we liked his character and aggressiveness enough to consider him draftable.
Sullivan is an intelligent player who wins with processing, competitive toughness and instincts. He’ll have to show that he can routinely handle NFL athletes, particularly down the field, but he has the foundation to be a quality contributor with some special teams value. A practice squad is the floor for Sullivan’s first season, and he could see a backup role with depth responsibilities.
Stroman is an excellent athlete, but his size is well below NFL thresholds in almost every regard. He’s a slot corner and nothing else, and he will struggle to handle size given his own frame is already maxed out. Teams will be able to routinely send mismatches his way for easy completions at all levels of the field. While he has the transitional skills and attitude to compete, he may be too small to carve out any true role. He’s worth a look and could become a value depth player at a backup slot spot.