2014 NFL Draft - Big Board of DB Prospects

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  1. Landon Collins, SS, Alabama - 6-0 - 222
    One of several players on this list rated at multiple positions, Collins is much better at initiating contact and working inside the box rather than staying back to defend the deep part of the secondary. With 15 extra pounds on his frame prior to 2013, the former free safety posted 69 tackles with six pass break-ups and two thefts, returning one for a touchdown. He ha... Read More
  2. Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State - 6'0 - 186
    Trae Waynes is an elite prospect at CB who projects to be an early to mid first round draft pick. Trae Waynes was a highly regarded CB recruit coming out of high school in Wisconsin, where he also took third place in the 100-yard dash in that state's 2011 track and field championships. He recorded the fastest time in the 40 (4.37) at the 2010 Midwest Ultimate 100... Read More
  3. Marcus Peters, CB, Washington - 6-0 - 198
    The field cornerback has started 20-of-26 games for the Huskies, but many feel that Peters' "coming out party" will be in 2014. One of the fastest pass defenders in the country, he had 80 passes targeted into his area last season, with 18 of those tosses resulting in receptions (22.5%). He delivered 20 pass break-ups and eight interceptions as a starter, including fiv... Read More
  4. Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest - 6-0 - 175
    Perhaps the only bright spot for a dismal performance by the Wake Forest Demon Deacons the last few years, Kevin Johnson is a model for consistency, delivering 58 tackles with three interceptions in each of his sophomore and ... Read More
  5. Jalen Collins, CB, LSU - 6-2 - 198
    Collins saw his draft stock rise after reentering the starting lineup this season. Some projections have him as high as a second rounder, though he told reporters in advance of LSU's bowl game that he received a "stay in school" grade from NFL evaluators.

    Collins played in all 13 games this season with seven starts, including each of the final four. He wo... Read More

  6. Byron Jones, CB, Connecticut - 6-1 - 196
    This is test data. Please disregard. We will have the real data in there soon.... Read More
  7. Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (OH) - 6-0 - 203
  8. P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State - 6-0 - 196
    Looking at the sad state of the Pittsburgh Steelers secondary, P.J. Williamswould be the perfect fit to join a defense that had featured aging boundary cornerback Ike Taylor. The two actually have trained together during the offse... Read More
  9. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon - 5-9 - 195
    UPDATE: Ekpre-Olomu will return to Oregon. Ekpre-Olomu has been one of the premiere cover corners in college football. Blessed with excellent recognition skills, he consistently makes plays on the ball and shows an above-average ability to separate the ball from the receiver. A touch undersized at 5-foot-10, Ekpre-Olomu makes up for a lack of size with a willing... Read More
  10. D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic - 5-11 - 190
  11. Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State - 5-11 - 195
  12. Derron Smith, FS, Fresno State - 6-0 - 200
  13. Alex Carter, CB, Stanford - 6-0 - 196
  14. Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville - 5-11 - 175
  15. Floyd Raven Jr., FS, Texas A&M - 6-1 - 200
  16. Merrill Noel, CB, Wake Forest - 5-10 - 180
  17. Kevin White, CB, TCU - 5'10 - 174
    White is a lot like another Big 12 corner, Quandre Diggs. Both were part of quality defenses/secondaries and frequently drew the toughest matchups against the opposition's best receivers. But both potentially lack the size and speed to cut it at the next level. If all White lacked was size, he could move inside and cover slot receivers. But with there also being conce... Read More
  18. Durrell Eskridge, FS, Syracuse - 6-3 - 203
  19. Gerod Holliman, FS, Louisville - 6-1 - 201
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