Written by Jonah Tuls on November 10, 2015
Scouting prospects for the NFL Draft is a continuous process that never stops for some, and today, I’m going to break down the analysis of each cornerback that I have given initial grades to. WARNING: Hot takes may cause burns.
Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida (#3 on Big Board)
– To me, I think Vernon Hargreaves III is the best pure cover corner that the NFL has seen coming out of college since Patrick Peterson. Many people will knock him down their draft board because of his 5’10 size, but don’t be fooled, Hargreaves is one of the more physical, “in your face” cornerbacks in the draft. With that being said, he is the best Off-Man cornerback I have graded since I started scouting prospects three years ago. Why is that? His ability to read and react are unparalleled in this class, as he doesn’t take any (read more…)