Florida has some heavy hitters at CB. Craig Loston and Clinton-Dix are going to have breakout years. I might be wrong in saying this but the SEC secondary really suits are style. Strong and fast man coverage corners and big bodied safeties.
Add USC's Dion Bailey to this list. #18 OLB/S 6ft. 210lbs. Straight up playmaker and ballhawk, played Safety freshman year, moved to will LB last year due to depth and his tackling ability, will move back to safety this year. My favorite prospect after Ha-Ha. Kid is badass, watch any USC game and he stands out, he'll break out this year at his better position at safety
Originally posted by toppdogg32:
Ed Reynolds all the way for me !,, Imagine this ballhawk and moving another smart, big, heady safety (Reid), to SS..
I wouldn't describe Reynold as a ball hawk. Yea he's in the right place at the right time but as far as a predatory animal that plucks balls from the air I don't think so. With that being said he's an exceptional FS. I think he has the understanding of the position of a top 10 prospect but he doesn't capitalize and all to frequently lets the INT slip through his hand. I'll be looking for him to have his best year yet. He plays my most favorite position on my most favorite college defense. The Stanford front 7 are going to run the Pac. If you don't know who Trent Murphy, Ryan Anderson, Ben Gardner, and Shayne Skov are then your sleeping.
I like Ed Reynolds simply because he went stanford and that means he'll be able to step into our defense without having to learn the play book.i also like Bradley roby cause he's a complete corner.hes physical on the line and plays the ball well along with making good hits and tackles.justin Gilbert and Aaron Colvin are also great corners.gilbert is more of a ballhawk whereas Colvin can do both but is more physical.i can see the 9ers taking gilbert at the bottom of the second and trading up forReynolds or passing on him and taking haha Clinton-Dix.
You like Gilbert as a CB or S at the NFL level? He was great two years ago but suffered some set backs last year. Needs to work on his backpedal and instincts but his size is great and his return skills are really tremendous. That's a good one to keep an eye on. He plays a lot of zone at OK St. but I think he would be okay in a man scheme too.
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"I think there will be discipline involved," Meyer told NFL Draft 365 at Big Ten media days. "I imagine there will be a suspension involved. He'll be on a very short leash."
The weekend arrest was apparently not the first sign of trouble for Roby. Cleveland.com reported Bryant had been told ahead of Roby's arrest to be ready to fill in for Roby because he had been having issues with grades.
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