Originally Posted by Requiem
Don't think Amerson has the ability to play press-man successfully in the pros. That isn't what got him his bread and butter in college football, it is the off-man trails with safety help behind him and zone coverages where he succeeds the most. I look at Rhodes and Amerson and the big difference between the two of them is ability to play press. Which is why Rhodes is a superior prospect. Amerson probably could switch to FSU in the NFL and be very successful too.
This is one we are going to disagree on. The vast majority of his work was man to man.. He has all the attributes to be a press man corner.. His ball skills are great too, body control and fluidity to turn and run.
That's a prefect press man corner..