We wouldn’t be shocked if Kelee Ringo and Deonte Banks rise or fall during the pre-draft process.
Whenever programs are as dominant as the Georgia Bulldogs are, it’s never a bad idea to look at their guys when it’s time to go draft shopping. Kelee Ringo‘s life changed forever with that pick-six versus the Alabama Crimson Tide in that College Football Playoff National Championship Game, but that also put a spotlight on him, one that revealed he’s a little tight in the hips and stiff.
He might only be fit to play press-man corner in the NFL. That could hamper his draft stock, but for now, we’re going to place him just outside of the top five.
There isn’t much that Deonte Banks doesn’t do well. He can run. He has height, strength, and agility. He runs routes with the receiver he’s covering and rarely falls victim to separation.
He will need to be more disciplined in coverage for the next level. Many pro scouts feel he needs more development, but we can’t think of any reason to chop him down or place him outside of our list of the ten best possible James Bradberry draft replacements. We’re going to place him in the top five for now.