Sooners ~ 5113/180
Intangibles: Diagnostic Acuity, Field Vision, and, above all: Processing Speed. And of course: Motor. Motor Matters.
Agility: Acceleration, Fluidity, and Closing Speed. And of course: Verticity!! Turning & Burning in Direct Coverage.
Pass Prevention: Combat Skills in Coverage, and Timing, Vertical Burst, and WingSpan at the Catch Point.
Run Support: Appetite, Tactical Discipline, and Combat Skills ~ working through Traffic & Tackling Mechanics.
Agility: Outstanding. Tremendous Fluidity and exceptional Verticity to Turn & Burn in Direct Coverage.
Pass Prevention: Competitive. Good Tracking & Timing, but he needs to Beef Up...a lot.
Run Support: Surprisingly Impressive, despite the aforementioned lack of Beef. His Core Power is certainly impressive, he's usually Gap Disciplined, and he consistently displays strong Combat Tactics & Tackling Technique.
There is some Divergence in Opinion, but I am of the School of Thought that thought that Colvin improved his entire Game considerably in 2013. And while I'd really like to see'm lay on another 10 or 15 Pounds of Beef to protect that Frame, I believe we're looking at an outstanding fusion of Read & React Rapidity & Agility in Aaron Colvin.
Not only that, but he's an effective and motivated Run Defender, which is rare.
All in all, I believe that Aaron Colvin has a very strong Chance of devloping into precisely the kind of CornerBack that the 21st Century calls for. And he projected ~ accurately, as it turned out ~ for the 4th or 5th Round.
If the Jaguars are smart, they'll just RedShirt'm in 2014, while he heals. That way, they'll get the full 4 Years out'f'is Rookie
Contract. Frankly, I believe his drop to the 4th Round was entirely unwarranted, as such drops usually are.
The Jaguars stole one.
Thanks, as always, to the extraordinary Work by the men of Draft BreakDown!!
Consensus Market Value