BIO: Two-year starter and a NCAA sprint champion. Posted 38/3/6 as a junior after sophomore totals of 60 tackles and 6 pass defenses.
POSITIVES: Explosive corner that shuts down opposing receivers. Fluid transitioning off the, fast and stays with receivers step for step anywhere on the field. Possesses an explosive break on the pass and nicely positions himself to make a play on the ball. Physical and likes to mix it up. Bumps opponents throughout the route or gets off blocks and lays a hard lick on ball carriers. Possesses both closing and recovery speed.
NEGATIVES: Slow locating the ball and lacks top corner instincts. Hesitant reacting to receivers off the line of scrimmage.
ANALYSIS: One of the most physically gifted cornerbacks in this draft, Carroll plays with great intensity, speed and quickness. Has improved his overall game the past three seasons and possesses a high upside for the next level.