First off, you're right. Everything we say right now is just pure speculation. There are so many other factors that go into a player's success, like scheme, unpredictable growth spurts, coaching, etc. However, you claim to know NFL prospects, but you just compared PP to Jenkins? Jenkins was a personal favorite of mine coming out of Ohio State, and he is nothing like PP. If anything, they are polar opposites. Jenkins had great hips, great mirroring skills, and was one of the best press corners I've ever seen. His weakness was speed, hence the shift to FS. PP, while big, excels when he plays off, so that he can break on the ball. PP has some of the best closing speed I've ever seen from a CB, but lacks the fluid hips to flip and stick on fast WRs. All that being said, I don't think the Saints should have put Jenkins at FS. He was the NFL's best nickel CB when they won the Super Bowl, and he deserves a chance to play CB. Finally, you talk about ESPN's hype wagon, but aren't you the one that has Von Miller as the #1 prospect? Miller's entire resume was built by Todd McShay, and some poor team like the Cardinals are now going to take him early. You think Quinn is the one trick pony, but you're wrong, it's Miller. Miller only has one move, the speed rush, and at 240 pounds it makes sense (he played the season at 237). He doesn't have the strength to do anything else. Hell, Taylor Mays is only a few pounds lighter (same height), and he plays safety.