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  • '11 Draft Discussion - Cornerbacks

    Here's a wide open thread to discuss this years Cornerback class. Post any thoughts or opinions on the CB's: your rankings, who's underrated, who's overrated, break out prospects, sleepers, best fits, etc. This is the place to break down the 2011 CB class.

  • #2
    Hope the ravens get some more corners like Webb.

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    • #3
      Jimmy Smith will end up the 2nd best CB of this group


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      • #4
        just did my updated rankings, here's how i have the top 15

        1. Patrick Peterson :: Louisiana State*
        2. Prince Amukamara :: Nebraska
        3. Jimmy Smith :: Colorado
        4. Brandon Harris :: Miami(FL)*
        5. Aaron Williams :: Texas*
        6. Brandon Burton :: Utah*
        7. Johnny Patrick :: Louisville
        8. Davon House :: New Mexico State
        9. Curtis Brown :: Texas
        10. Korey Lindsey :: Southern Illinois
        11. Ras-I Dowling :: Virginia
        12. Brandon Hogan :: West Virginia
        13. Rashad Carmichael :: Virginia Tech
        14. Justin Rogers :: Richmond
        15. Jalil Brown :: Colorado


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        • #5
          Originally posted by RaiderNation View Post
          Jimmy Smith will end up the 2nd best CB of this group
          i'm going with first

          one of peterson/amukamara will end up at safety and Smith will be better than the other

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SchizophrenicBatman View Post
            i'm going with first

            one of peterson/amukamara will end up at safety and Smith will be better than the other
            I could see how you bring up Peterson as safety(which I still disagree with), but Prince is strictly a CB.

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            • #7
              prince can play FS. i'm not saying he will, but all it takes is the team that takes him to have some weird personnel injuries/developments happen to make the switch

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              • #8
                This is in response to an article on the Cowboys thread that said many NFL scouts view him as a safety prospect.

                Originally posted by TACKLE View Post
                I'm not necessarily sold on him as a pure safety, but I would love to see him in a Charles Woodson role. I know a lot of coordinators aren't as creative as Capers, but that role might take best advantage of his ability. Line him up in the slot or on the outside, have him shadowing the other teams #1, have him line up deep as a safety, have him line up in the box as the eight defender and let him utlize his talents as a CB/S/Rover.

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                • #9
                  To the dude that said Prince has a possibility of moving to safety LOL huge fail.

                  Prince >>>>>>> everyone else. Peterson is not a good CB prospect and he'll be a safety in the pros.

                  Prince will be a shutdown CB in the mold of Asomugha one day.

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                  • #10
                    i dont know why you guys think position flexibility is a bad thing

                    bowers could play 4-3 dt on some downs in the mold of a justin tuck. is that a knock on him as a DE? no. he could also play 5-tech in the 3-4. i wouldnt do it but im guessing some teams would

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                    • #11
                      Im thinking Prince is more of a CB, while PP can be a Charles Woodson type player playing zone and blitzing from everywhere. Dallas and Rob Ryan would be his ideal last spot IMO


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                      • #12
                        I think in recent weeks Aaron Williams has been really underrated and if some team gets him in the second round they will be getting a steal. Not too far behind PP and Prince for my money.


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                        • #13
                          Justin Rogers has reportedly been dominant in the East-West shrine game practices.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by NotRickJames View Post
                            Justin Rogers has reportedly been dominant in the East-West shrine game practices.
                            I was just about to ask about him. I never heard of him before Wes Bunting wrote about him, but apparantly he looks like a great fit in NE. Where should he be drafted? Does anybody know anything about him?

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                            • #15
                              I have these corners getting drafted as of now.

                              1. Patrick Peterson, 6-1, 222, Louisiana State*

                              2. Prince Amukamara, 6-1, 205, Nebraska

                              3. Brandon Harris, 5-11, 195, Miami*

                              4. Jimmy Smith, 6-2, 205, Colorado

                              5. Aaron Williams, 6-1, 195, Texas*

                              6. Davon House, 6-0, 184, New Mexico State

                              7. Brandon Burton, 6-0, 185, Utah*

                              8. Ras-I Dowling, 6-2, 200, Virginia

                              9. Brandon Hogan, 5-10, 190, West Virginia

                              10. Curtis Brown, 6-0, 185, Texas

                              11. Chimdi Chekwa, 5-11, 190, Ohio State

                              12. Shareece Wright, 5-11, 185, Southern California

                              13. Charles Brown, 5-9, 195, North Carolina

                              14. Brandyn Thompson, 5-10, 180, Boise State

                              15. Marcus Gilchrist, 5-11, 190, Clemson

                              16. Johnny Patrick, 5-11, 190, Louisville

                              17. Chykie Brown, 6-0, 190, Texas

                              18. Darrin Walls, 6-0, 190, Notre Dame

                              19. Devon Torrence, 6-0, 194, Ohio State

                              20. Trevin Wade, 5-11, 182, Arizona

                              21. Kevin Rutland, 6-0, 190, Missouri

                              22. Cortez Allen, 6-2, 190, Citadel

                              23. DeMarcus Van Dyke, 6-0, 180, Miami

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