These cornerbacks remind me of ... 

January, 9, 2014
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If a program runs a high-concept scheme on defense, cornerback can be the most difficult position to make the leap from high school to college, aside from quarterback of course. Rarely do prospects face a player across from him who is bigger, faster or quicker in high school and they just don’t get challenged very often, which is why it can be very difficult to project the success of cornerbacks in college. Also, many players are not devoted to playing corner fulltime and must become acclimated through reps and experience to maximize their ceiling for production. Here are our top five cornerbacks and a comparable productive player for each at the collegiate level.

Impact Performance Nominees
The Capital One Impact Performances of the week include Marshall's Devon Johnson, Alabama's Amari Cooper, Navy's Keenan Reynolds and Nebraska's Kenny Bell.
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