Versatile corners populate '07 class
Originally Published: November 13, 2006By Tom Luginbill | Scouts Inc.
- By far the toughest defensive position to project to the college level is cornerback. There are still so many unknowns, especially when it comes to scrutinizing mental toughness. With this being a spot that often requires a position change once a player arrives on campus, often times the college coach or recruiter has not gotten a true picture of just how well the player will fit at the next level because the prospect may have spent most of his time in high school at quarterback, safety, wide receiver or running back.
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