2014 NFL Draft Picks By Team: Broncos
Roby's excellent straight line speed and above-average talents as a cover corner create a unique prospect with first round upside. A blazing 4.39 40-yard dash at the combine sealed the likelihood of his chances to be drafted early.
One of the top corners in the nation with adequate height and terrific athleticism. Great anticipation of the route. Can sometimes jump route to make play on the football. Average hands. Still fooled too often by double moves, yet has enough speed to recover most of the time. Aggressive against screen passes. Good tackler compared to the average CB.
Played often on an island. Was asked to cover every team's No. 1 receiver. More physical than most and will rely on hand-checks to disrupt the route early. Not quite strong enough to muscle up against bigger receivers. Certainly not afraid of contact though. Must add a little more muscle. Sometimes a little lost with his back turned away from the play.
Roby projects as a late first to early second round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft.... [Read More
Latimer is a fast-rising receiver with a huge wingspan and solid speed considering his height and weight. One of the few Day 2 prospects with No. 1 receiver potential over the long term.
Highly productive in college and was one of the Hoosiers' only competent playmakers. Good height and length. Big hands. Presents a big target with bigger catching radius. Above-average quickness in and out of his breaks. Shields defenders consistently. Good pacing when route-running. High school basketball background.
Battled a foot injury in 2013 and still put together good stats. Not a burner but can still stretch the field if he finds a seam. Very willing to battle over the middle. Good upper body strength when blocking or setting the edge. No fear. Displayed great physicality on tape against Michigan State's Darqueze Dennard.
Latimer projects as a late first to mid second round prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft.... [Read More