Originally Posted by Requiem
Of course, but I have a hard time believing a C-USA player is going to be considered that high with the talent available in this DB class.
I will pose you a question: Just curious, where do you think this player will go in the draft at CB next year? Same size and athletcisim as DJ Hayden, but here is is college rapsheet. . . and he still has next year to become an all-time great to ever play at the college level.
2012: 7 INT (one pick six), 39 tackles
2011: 7 INT (three pick six), 53 tackles
2010: 4 INT (one pick six), 47 tackles
Totals: 18 INT, 5 DEF TD, 139 tackles.
Special Teams statistics:
1036 yards on kick-off returns, 4 touchdowns. ~ 29 yard average.
And yes, these are real numbers. Not NCAA 13 video game madness.
Not sure who you're talking about (but could find out easily enough on the interwebs) -- if the height, weight, and 40 time are average or above, that's a first-rounder.