CB Trevon Diggs, Alabama

6’2” – 207 lbs. Played on offense, defense, and special teams as a freshman, catching eleven passes while returning kicks and punts, then served as a punt returner the following year while rotating sparingly into the defense. Stepped into a starting role as a junior but saw his season end after just six appearances, sustainingContinue reading “CB Trevon Diggs, Alabama”

CB Kristian Fulton, Louisiana St.

6’0” – 200 lbs. Appeared in three games as a freshman, and none the following year. Started the first ten games of the season as a junior before missing the final three games with an injury; finished that year with 25 tackles, nine breakups, and an interception. Started all fourteen games as a senior andContinue reading “CB Kristian Fulton, Louisiana St.”

CB Jeff Okudah, Ohio St.*

6’1” – 200 lbs. One of the top recruits in the country out of high school, he ended up making seventeen tackles and breaking up one pass as a true freshman. Became more of a major contributor the following season, finishing with 32 tackles and eight breakups. Enjoyed his most productive campaign as a junior,Continue reading “CB Jeff Okudah, Ohio St.*”

CB Jeff Gladney, Texas Christian

6’0” – 183 lbs. One of the most experienced cornerback prospects in this year’s class. Redshirted, then started eight of twelve games played the following year, ending up with 46 tackles and six breakups. Has been starting almost every game ever since, posting 28 tackles, five breakups, and two interceptions the following year. Finished hisContinue reading “CB Jeff Gladney, Texas Christian”

CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah*

6’0” – 195 lbs. Started two of twelve games as a freshman, finishing with 25 tackles, six breakups, and an interception, then stepped into a full-time starting role the following year and totaled 41 tackles, four breakups, and four interceptions. Posted 36 tackles, eleven breakups, and two interceptions this past season before declaring. Well-built forContinue reading “CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah*”

CB Damon Arnette, Ohio St.

6’0” – 195 lbs. Four-star recruit out of St. Thomas Aquinas. Redshirted in 2015, then picked up 21 tackles and an interception the following year. Ended up finishing his career with thirty-eight starts, making 44 tackles, breaking up eight passes, and intercepting two as a sophomore. Finished with 40 tackles, six breakups, and an interceptionContinue reading “CB Damon Arnette, Ohio St.”

CB C.J. Henderson, Florida*

6’1” – 202 lbs. Started five of eleven games played as a freshman, finishing with 22 tackles, four interceptions, four breakups, and two defensive touchdowns. Started all thirteen games the following year and finished with 38-5.0-3.0 with two interceptions and seven breakups. Was limited to nine games this past year, and finished with 33 tacklesContinue reading “CB C.J. Henderson, Florida*”

CB Bryce Hall, Virginia

6’1”- 200 lbs. Started seven of twelve games played as a true freshman, finishing with 25 tackles, four breakups, and two interceptions. Became a full-time starter the following year, finishing with 47 tackles, nine breakups, and one interception. Had a highly productive junior campaign – 62 tackles, 22 breakups, two interceptions – then was limitedContinue reading “CB Bryce Hall, Virginia”

CB A.J. Terrell, Clemson*

6’1” – 190 lbs. Has been a contributor since his freshman season, a year in which he recorded 15 tackles, seven breakups, and one interception over 237 snaps. Became a full-time starter the following year and finished with 53 tackles, seven breakups, and three interceptions. Reprised his starting role as a junior, finishing with 39Continue reading “CB A.J. Terrell, Clemson*”

CB Jordan Brown, South Dakota St.

6’0” – 201 lbs. – 4.51 Was a wide receiver in high school. Redshirted, practicing at both receiver and cornerback, then appeared in eleven games the following year before taking over a starting job in 2016, retaining that role for three seasons and totaling eight interceptions over that span to conclude his collegiate career. Well-builtContinue reading “CB Jordan Brown, South Dakota St.”