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  1. Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State - 6'0 - 199
    Drafted 1.8 by CLE
    After a quiet junior year, Gilbert rebounded nicely in 2013 for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. For a program better known for its offense, he was the clear team leader and highlight-maker on special teams. He finished tied for fourth in the nation with six INTs. Gilbert has above-average height for a corner and displays nice fluidity in his lower half. Acknowledged t... Read More
  2. Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State - 5'11 - 188
    Drafted 1.24 by CIN
    Dennard has a cousin in the NFL, Alfonzo Dennard, who is currently with the New England Patriots. He has carved out his own niche though as one of the best cover corners in the nation and won the 2013 Jim Thorpe Award, which is given to the nation's best college defensive back. Outstanding route recognition. Reads quarterback's eyes and reacts quickly. Decisive in ... Read More
  3. Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State - 5'11 - 192
    Drafted 1.31 by DEN
    Roby's excellent straight line speed and above-average talents as a cover corner create a unique prospect with first round upside. A blazing 4.39 40-yard dash at the combine sealed the likelihood of his chances to be drafted early. One of the top corners in the nation with adequate height and terrific athleticism. Great anticipation of the route. Can sometimes jump... Read More
  4. Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, DB , Alabama - 6'1 - 208
    Drafted 1.21 by GB
    What separates most defenders in the NFL is their ability to quickly read, react and often anticipate where the play will be. Clinton-Dix has that exact talent and it will carry him to a long career. Pretty good size and strength, but lacking great speed and agility. Very little wasted motion when tracking the quarterback's eyes. Can often get an early jump on rout... Read More
  5. Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech - 6'0 - 193
    Drafted 1.14 by CHI
    Fuller is the third of four brothers who will play in the NFL. Although he missed most of the second half of the 2013 season, he has demonstrated more than enough skill to have a shot as a Day 1 option. Fuller is a very heady and aware player. Doesn't fear contact and embraces playing almost anywhere on the field. Has some experience playing a hybrid safety/linebac... Read More
  6. Jason Verrett, CB , Texas Christian - 5'10 - 180
    Drafted 1.25 by SD
    An undersized prospect out of TCU, Verrett performed very well at the Combine given his excellent speed and leaping ability. Unfortunately, due to his 5-foot-9 frame, many teams may not believe he can cover and stick with some of the bigger and stronger No. 1 receivers in the game. This hurts Verrett's stock and may keep him from being selected in the first round. ... Read More
  7. Lamarcus Joyner, DB , Florida State - 5'8 - 195
    Drafted 2.9 by STL
    An undersized corner who has to play bigger than his size, Joyner is a well-rounded prospect with experience all over the defensive secondary. He will have to prove to scouts that his lack of size won't hurt his ability to play with the big boys in the NFL. Doesn't shy away from contact and can make clutch tackles in the open field. Delivers a lot of pop considerin... Read More
  8. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB , Nebraska - 6'3 - 220
    Drafted 2.26 by NO
    Due to a lot of positive comparisons to Richard Sherman, Jean-Baptiste is quickly moving up draft boards. He's blessed with length and surprising quickness. Despite his slightly advanced age (24 years old) DJB really fits with what teams are looking for in their cornerbacks. At just a hair under 6-foot-3, SJB is a size-speed-strength prospect with big-time potentia... Read More
  9. Phillip Gaines, CB , Rice - 6' - 193
    Drafted 3.23 by KC
    Gaines is a tall cornerback with good length and very good speed. Set a school record at Rice for most passes defended in a career with 45. Very clean and smooth footwork. Plenty of experience in both man and zone coverages. Ran really well at the combine. Willing to scrap when in press man coverage. Elite ability to get his hands on the ball for INTs or pass brea... Read More

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