Chris McKenzie
CB | (5'8", 185, 4.35) | Arizona State

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Overall: McKenzie played only one year of high school football and it was at the outside linebacker position. He played safety at Glendale Community College in 2001 and 2002, when he was named the team's defensive MVP. He transferred to Arizona State in the spring of 2003 and started seven of the 12 games he played at cornerback that season. As a senior in 2004, McKenzie started all 12 games and finished with 42 tackles, one INT and seven PBU. McKenzie comes from a tough background but is a high-character person and a hard working player. He has exceptional speed and leaping ability. He also improved with more experience and made the biggest strides between his junior and senior seasons. However, McKenzie still lacks great technique and awareness at the cornerback position and his size will always limit his NFL potential. In our opinion, he's worth taking a chance on ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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