This may be one of the big sleepers in this draft at DC. Although he is not dazzling in his overall numbers (he ran right around the 5.0 level at the Indy combine) he is a very efficient player with very little wasted motion. He has outstanding quickness and is very smooth in his turns and hips. Because of his ability to make the transition in coverage, he plays more like a 4.4 guy. He can really turn and run with a WR and he has excellent ball skills and seems to have a great feel for routes and coverages. He has good mirrorbility on his m/m responsibilities, and he will break well and close on the ball. He is an adequate open field tackler, but not a real physical guy, but he is good enough to get the job done. There are certain guys, like Surtain, that play with good functional speed. The player you see on film is a little quicker and more productive than the one that worked out at the combine, although his numbers were certainly not bad. Don’t be surprised if he is drafted much higher than many people have him on their boards.