Written by Bryan Perez on February 9, 2015
The 2015 NFL Draft will offer teams some promising players at the cornerback position, but the class lacks any truly elite prospect worthy of an early first-round pick. Marcus Peters (Washington) has received the most attention in the class, and is considered by many to be this year’s top cover man. While I like his potential as a physical player on the next level, I’m not quite as sold after studying him on tape. Below is my analysis of his game.
Marcus Peters, the junior cornerback from the Washington Huskies, enters the 2015 NFL Draft after a tumultuous end to his collegiate career. Peters was dismissed from the Huskies program after alleged incidents involving members of the team’s coaching staff. Peters played in a total of 8 games last year, after starting 12 of 13 games in 2013. He also started (read more…)