2014 NFL Draft: Cornerback Prospects You Should Know

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Aaron Colvin – 6’0 192lbs – Oklahoma

Colvin has been solid ever since he first became a starter at Oklahoma. In 2011, Colvin recorded 84 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss, and six passes broken up. In 2012, he had 61 tackles, four interceptions, 11 passes broken up and two sacks. He’s not one of the monster sized corners that general managers love so much these days but he is of solid build. His height is not an issue but he will need to add some weight like most corners coming out of college. He excels in man-coverage and does well playing the ball in the air. Colvin is aggressive and has been called for quite a few regrettable penalties this season but he can be coached up. Colvin will be scratching at the first round door but I believe he will end up a second round pick.

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  • freshmeat62

    After the last 3 weeks, Chiefs will definitely be needing secondary help, especially for covering the slot receiver.

    • Jeff Grasser Jr

      Yea, I thought Dunta might’ve had some fuel left but it doesn’t appear that way…he’s here for leadership apparently

  • Erik Hild

    I’m more concerned about getting another WR our receiving corps needs to be able to catch passes

    • Jeff Grasser Jr

      I agree…My WR article was finished a few weeks ago…if you click on my name, you can see all my articles on all the positions

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