The Tulsa Green Wave’s Reggie Robinson might be higher on some draft boards than others. Now, the fact that he tallied four interceptions and 13 pass breakups in 2019 could be the reason for that, or it could be that he’s six-foot-one and weighs 202 pounds.
Whatever the case, it’s obvious that running the 40-yard dash in 4.44 seconds isn’t going to hurt his stock. Now if you’re going to battle some bigger receivers, this is the type of guy you want in the trenches with you.
In 37 career games as a member of the Utah Utes, the six-foot, 190-pound Jaylon Johnson racked up 102 tackles, 21 pass breakups, and seven picks. His career in Salt Lake City ended with two consecutive First-team All-Pac-12 nods, and now, he turns his attention to the greener pastures of the NFL.
He might have to wait to hear his name called as he’s probably a second-round or a third-round target by most teams that are looking for a corner.
The college football world’s final memory of A.J. Terrell will always be the fact that they saw him get picked on over and over again by Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers in the College Football Playoff’s National Championship Game, often with success.
Whether you like what he brings to the table or not, you have to admit that he’s probably in everybody’s top ten of the best cornerbacks available in this year’s selection meeting, and rightfully so.