Written by Justin Melo on April 10, 2017
NFL teams are always looking for big, physical cornerbacks who possess the length to disrupt the catch point in today’s pass-happy game. Look no further than Florida CB Quincy Wilson, who measured in at 6-0, 211-pounds with 32-inch arms at the NFL scouting combine. Despite his busy schedule which includes a number of predraft visits and private workouts in the coming weeks, Wilson took the time to sit down me for an exclusive interview. In our conversation, Wilson details why he feels he’s the best corner in the draft, which collegiate receiver is the best he’s ever lined up against, and oh, one particular math problem that left him stumped at the combine. Some video analysis of Wilson’s abilities are also included. Enjoy.
Thanks for taking the time to speak with me today Quincy.
Wilson: No problem man.
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