Special-teams standout Jason Hunter hopes his improved pass-rushing skills will be an asset to a…
Malcolm Jenkins from The Ohio State U. is quite possibly the top cover corner to enter the pro ranks since Deion Sanders. He has excellent size, speed and the necessary position skills to match up on the outside with the top wideouts in the game. Simply speaking, the team that drafts this player is going to have to lose a whole lot of football games or make the trade of a lifetime.
Mike Mickens of the University of Cincinnati, although not near as gifted as the aforementioned Jenkins, is also enormously talented and should contribute very quickly in the professional ranks.
Alphonso Smith has everything one looks for at the position with the exception of height. He is very much a little guy and isn't going to get a whole lot bigger. I see him as more of a nickel, dime package or special team player at the play for pay level.
If you believe in blood lines, keep your eye on Western Michigan's Londen Fryar, the son of former New England Patriot star receiver Irving Fryar. Victor Harris of Virginia Tech has excellent ball skills, football smarts and has been a consistent player over his college career. Darius Butler from UConn has a chance of becoming a very special football player.
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