The first round of the NFL Draft is full of "what ifs" and "then whats."
This time of year, NFL fans love to look at mock drafts to see who their favorite team supposedly will select. But all it takes is one surprise pick – or one player to be left on the board – to throw things into a...[details]
The Good: Rodgers-Cromartie had huge performances at both the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine. He is a big, rangy athlete who moves easily and has the skill set to become a top-flight NFL cover man. He is a lanky athlete with excellent growth potential once he enters an NFL weight training program. He has very quick feet and the flexible hips to turn and cover in the deep game. He can also close on the ball to make plays. He displayed big-play ability as a cover corner as a four-year starter.
The Bad: He needs development in his basic technique and reads to fully realize his blue-chip talent. He has shown inconsistencies, and his small-college background worries some. As a tackler, he is not a physical hitter and is more a drag down defender who needs definite strength development to improve in this key area.
This is special to Rivals.com from Frank Coyle. Coyle has written about the NFL Draft in his newsletter for more than...[Complete Bio]