Best of the best best among the DBs
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay breaks down the skill sets needed for a college defensive back to make the leap to the NFL, and lists the top players in each area.
Evaluations are typically broken into two parts: universal football traits and position-specific skills. Production, durability, measurables and character are the four categories analyzed under the umbrella of universal football traits. Position-specific skills, as the phrase suggests, differ for each position.
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