Tyrique Stevenson and Joey Porter Jr. are potential James Bradberry comps physically, but there are questions about both prospects.
We struggled with whether or not we should place Tyrique Stevenson in the top five, but we found difficulty in placing him below Deonte Banks and Kelee Ringo. With that said, here we are. The former Georgia Bulldog/Miami Hurricane ranks fourth on our list of potential draft replacements for James Bradberry.
We have a major concern here, and it’s defined by two words that no one wants to hear… character concerns. We’ll see how things transpire with that.
In the meantime, he has speed and upside. NFL scouts like that. They also love his ability in press coverage, but they hate how he looks when he plays off. Here’s the issue. Miami, more often than not, had him play off coverage. He needs a HUGE offseason.
Whether due to regional bias or good old-fashion nepotism, you’re going to be hearing Joey Porter Jr’.s name a lot this offseason in the City of Brotherly Love. The son of a Pittsburgh Steelers legend, Porter entered the college football season with quite a buzz, and though he doesn’t often produce big plays or turnovers (he has one pick in his 34-game career at Penn State), he hasn’t done much to damage his stock.
Watching him work out at the NFL Combine and his Pro Day should be fun.