Dream Fits For Projected First Round Cornerbacks

Dream Fits For Projected First Round Cornerbacks
This story is written by former first round NFL cornerback Kyle Wilson and current Wake Forest cornerback Isaiah Wingfield. Find their previous collaborative article here: Are Nickel Cornerbacks Worthy of First Round Picks? In a cornerback class with so much scheme versatility, there are still dream fits that would put our projected first round corners […]

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Top 10 Cornerbacks of the 2022 NFL Draft

Top 10 Cornerbacks of the 2022 NFL Draft
1) Cincinnati CB Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner Key Measurables: 6030 , 190lbs, 33 ½ arm, 4.41s 40, 9 ⅝ hand Notable Stats: 82.5% 2021 cov snaps in press, 0 TDs allowed, 24.4 passer rating  Best Trait: Length Player Comparison: Antonio Cromartie Background:  Ahmad Gardner played 37 games for Cincinnati, primarily as their boundary corner. Throughout his […]

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Understanding an Undervalued Position: Are Nickel Cornerbacks Worthy of First Round Picks?

Understanding an Undervalued Position: Are Nickel Cornerbacks Worthy of First Round Picks?
In 2010, the Jets drafted Kyle Wilson, cornerback out of Boise State, with the 29th pick of the first round. With Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie already on the roster, Wilson was the third first-rounder in the Jets’ corner room and the talent needed at nickel for their aggressive 46, man-heavy scheme.  Kyle Wilson Breaks […]

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