CB Trent McDuffie, Washington*

5’11” – 195 lbs. Background: Started eleven games as a true freshman, finishing with 45 tackles, one interception, and two breakups. Intercepted another pass over Washington’s four games in 2020, then recorded 35 tackles and six breakups this past year before declaring for the draft. Positives: Comes with two years of starting experience for aContinue reading “CB Trent McDuffie, Washington*”

CB Roger McCreary, Auburn

6’0” – 190 lbs. Background: Mobile, Al. native who played sparingly over seven appearances as a freshman before breaking out the following season with 36 tackles, eleven breakups, and one interception. Followed that up with 45 tackles (seven for loss), six breakups, and three interceptions, then racked up 49 tackles, fourteen breakups, and two interceptionsContinue reading “CB Roger McCreary, Auburn”

CB Mykael Wright, Oregon**

5’11” – 178lbs. Background: Appeared in all fourteen games as a true freshman, running back two kickoffs for touchdowns and finishing with 21 tackles, one interception, and four breakups. Picked up 25 tackles and nine breakups over seven games in 2020, then totaled 65 tackles, one interception, and four breakups this past season before declaringContinue reading “CB Mykael Wright, Oregon**”

CB Martin Emerson, Mississippi St.*

6’2” – 200 lbs. Background: Started five of thirteen games as a true freshman, picking up 31 tackles and adding one pick and one breakup. Racked up a whopping 72 tackles and eleven breakups as a sophomore starter, then added 49 tackles and three breakups this past season before declaring. Positives: Has over two seasonsContinue reading “CB Martin Emerson, Mississippi St.*”

CB Mario Goodrich, Clemson

6’0” – 190 lbs. Background: Spent his first two seasons at Clemson as a reserve, totaling twenty tackles and five breakups. Started four games of the 2020 season, finishing with 16 tackles, two interceptions, and a breakup, then stepped into a full-time starting role this past year opposite Andrew Booth Jr., replacing 2020 first-round pickContinue reading “CB Mario Goodrich, Clemson”

CB Kyler Gordon, Washington*

6’0” – 200 lbs. Background: Washington local who redshirted after appearing in four games in 2018, then started four games the following year and finished with 32 tackles and four breakups. Started one of four games in 2020 (18 tackles, one breakup), then replaced 2021 third-round pick Elijah Molden, stepping into the starting right cornerbackContinue reading “CB Kyler Gordon, Washington*”

CB Kaiir Elam, Florida*

6’2” – 193 lbs. Background: Father Abram and uncle Matt were also pro football players. Florida native who started five games as a true freshman, finishing with 11 tackles, three interceptions, and four breakups. Added another 39 tackles, two interceptions, and thirteen breakups in 2020, then posted 29 tackles, one pick, and five breakups overContinue reading “CB Kaiir Elam, Florida*”

CB Josh Jobe, Alabama

6’1” – 192 lbs. Background: Appeared in four games as a freshman, totaling eight tackles, then started two of twelve games the following year and picked up 28 tackles, one interception, and three breakups. Stepped into a full-time starting role as a junior, finishing with 55 tackles and an SEC-leading eleven breakups, then concluded hisContinue reading “CB Josh Jobe, Alabama”

CB Jack Jones, Arizona St.

5’10” – 175 lbs. Background: Five-star recruit who originally attended Southern California. Made thirteen tackles as a freshman reserve, then started all season in 2017, finishing with 40 tackles, four interceptions, and seven breakups. Was dismissed after being ruled academically ineligible in 2018, and was also arrested for breaking into a restaurant later that year.Continue reading “CB Jack Jones, Arizona St.”

CB Derion Kendrick, Georgia

6’1” – 190 lbs. Background: Baton Rouge local whose grandfather played receiver in the NFL; father was an Arena player and coach. Five-star recruit who started as a freshman, immediately establishing himself as a top cornerback with 38 tackles, six interceptions, and fifteen breakups. Followed that up with 27 tackles and five breakups over sevenContinue reading “CB Derion Kendrick, Georgia”