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Brian Billick and Taylor Jones talk top cornerbacks entering the NFL Draft in 2013.
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Brian Phillips jobs were talking about quarters coming out of post -- body work ready for the draft in late April obviously higher priority everybody's looking for corners on the outside this is a solid group. Attack once led by Alex fielder. From Alabama from Nagy doesn't troop -- most people think the only beat one former gold top ten spot might find his way up in that out. Yet no hitter probably waiting -- the Cubs -- still the clear cut -- he was definitely -- clear cut. Top prospect in this position group. But as the process played -- Seemed like maybe the gap was closing in on started the top by the experience -- the great forty yard dash I think he finished second his position group. In that category but -- we got the arm you know drills -- everything looked pretty good pitchers couldn't catch the ball. At one point -- or three different times we are still pull out once you -- brought us. Right political balls did you face -- I bet you as a coach yours and and we need that interception we need to make plays get the ball back in era and. And two -- accuracy or thing else. Is not a piece partly. Good solid season good solid policies Senior Bowl and and it could -- by -- that's why people are taking what you're trying to protect our. As maybe I'm not sure it'll make its way into the top ten but he's at least worthy of that conversation. Yeah -- like you said the senior -- you know you played up in Washington. In fact and country where north I'm not sure many people have the opportunity. To get to know this guy the player. But Marcus Trufant he is a relation with him obviously understands the NFL game the rigors. You know the ins and outs of the NFL so. I think he transitioned well from both of physical style of play. It also just his foot quickness and his ability to -- the line or play off -- I think that'll be attractive. And also when you bring up -- senior or what stuck out to me this was just. Your competitive spirit that I wanted to be involved in every one of war in fact. I'll wanna -- other receivers -- -- actually pushed him out -- I. Noticed that yeah. Jonathan from Mississippi State has the psychiatrists. Works with the corners -- and Seattle -- doing. -- -- Pete Carroll and I he would Pat Hughes the long what are your a lot about that the guy you're recipients get out of state or or. Yeah I think and as you watch coverage of the come line. Every hole was really aged students in in seeing what honey badger get on the field. Yes he's great ball skills he's this playmaker. He catches everything within the radius. The receiver but Jordan for years actually a more defined -- perhaps those similar types of play making ability. This guy did -- here to figure out at Oregon State. I think he'll end up being the honey badger the next. So let's talk a little bit again. We've talked about players' off field issues we've talked earlier about Giambi. Smith and -- George Jenkins coming into the league and and survived doing well it's like to call. I like I bet you wanna be called me more reason. This is a beauty player. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- We see notes might be good that second day someone takes chance -- -- I think you replica for our forty bid for our range so he's not this athletic guy that's scored to blow the top and out of the water. We'll still on the field you're. Way to say wow this guy is definitely an athlete I don't care what his numbers suggest this guy can play football. Undersized. When I have to compete with you are great jobs that probably Johnson's. Gonna be interesting to see how you all. Stuff was a little bigger receivers. But obviously got the ball skills the balance the -- the and the quickness to -- that covers. Most receivers are tough obstacle for. -- because the field is so yeah. Well we treat -- all of our position. Your fox sports not Communist army our way -- yeah.