Philadelphia Eagles 2021 scouting reports: Top 5 SEC cornerbacks

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. Tyson Campbell, Georgia Bulldogs. 3. player. 814. .

Might the Philadelphia Eagles find Slay’s companion piece ‘between the hedges’?

Kary Vincent Jr. is short. Tyson Campbell of the Georgia Bulldogs is not. He’s a six-foot-two and 185-pound prospect that figures to give bigger receivers a couple of rough Sundays at the NFL level.

Now, while Campbell may not possess the straight-line speed of the Bayou Bengal, he’s fast enough to play outside at the professional level. Put it this way. Tyson Campbell can beat Rasul Douglas and, quite possibly, Jalen Mills. in a foot race The eyeball test tells us that.

Against the top-notch talent that the SEC has to offer, Campbell had a great season in 2020. That includes a great showing versus Auburn Tigers standout Seth Williams. The numbers from his final season ‘between the hedges’ aren’t overwhelming (29 total tackles, five pass breakups, and a pick), but had he played in Tuscaloosa, we’d be saying that he’s a top-ten draft choice.

He may not be that currently in the mind of most NFL scouts, but in our book, he’s definitely a top-five corner in the 2020 class. Put him right before Ohio State Buckeyes star Shaun Wade and right after Rodarius Williams of the Oklahoma State Cowboys.