heckofajobbrownie Posted February 25, 2009 Report Share Posted February 25, 2009 The verdict seems to be in on this year's crop of corners and safeties - it's not so hot. No one performed particularly well yesterday, either in the timed segments or in the position drills. There was no Rogers-Cromartie running a 4.29 and wowing in the drills this year. Only a few players bested the average 40 time of last year's group. Lower picks like Justin King and Orlando Scandrick ran better than the top picks this year, or anyone else. Two of the top picks, Jenkins and DJ Moore, both disappointed. (And I love Moore.) One of the few guys to move himself up a bit was Darius Butler from UConn. Sean Smith, Kevin Barnes, and Chris Owens also had decent showings. But that's about it. I think one thing is for sure - we're not taking Jenkins at #5 anymore. As McShay said of his workout, "That’s not top-10 cornerback material, folks." So we're back to where we started: Curry, Crabtree, Raji, Orapko, or one of the tackles. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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