Abram is the cream of the crop at this position, and he’s believed to be a mid-to-late round selection on the draft’s first day. He’s five-foot-eleven. He weighs in at 205 pounds, and he’s been compared to Keanu Neal.
Savage has impressed as of late with some nice workout tape and a 40 time of 4.36. It’s safe to assume he’s on a few radars after being hosted on at least ten pre-draft visits that we’ve counted. For that reason, we’ve slotted him into the second spot on this list.
It’s not hard to end up on a few radars when you rack up 98 tackles and six interceptions from the safety position. Thornhill figures to be a second-day selection in 2019’s draft.
4. (Tie) Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Taylor Rapp
Gardner-Johnson is also on our list of the best cornerback prospects in this year’s draft, but he may be better suited to play safety at the pro level. Rapp is a great character guy with a high football IQ. Both are good enough to be considered in the top half of the ten best guys available.
5. Nasir Adderley
Adderley may have graded higher had he played at any other school than Delaware. The ‘big fish in a small pond’ thing clearly worked out here. Expect Adderley to hear his name called somewhere between Round 2 and Round 3.