Scout's draft experts rank the Top 5 cornerbacks entering the 2014 NFL draft complete with each…
Scouting the Draft: Top 5 Cornerbacks
1. Justin Gilbert | Oklahoma State At 6-foot tall, 202 pounds with a 4.37 40 time, Gilbert is your prototypical cornerback. His height, weight and speed measurables are as good as you're going to see in a defensive back. Gilbert is an elite playmaker with natural instincts to pick balls off. His ability to jump routes is as good as anyone in this year's draft class. Gilbert is such a savvy ball-hawk due to his ability to intercept balls at its highest point. He's almost like a wide receiver the way he can snatch balls out of the air. Gilbert consistently keeps his head on a swivel, a rarity in the college game. Gilbert is great at turning his head when the ball is in his area. He's also a spectacle to watch as a playmaker, with six total touchdowns this past season. He can return kicks, punts, as well as a threat on interceptions with the ability to take any ball he gets his hands on to the house. Gilbert is...
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