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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Apr 27, 2019.
Looks like he got some speed. Hopefully they give him a fair shot.
He can return kicks. May become the #5 WR
Hamp Cheevers*, CB, Boston College
Height: 5-9. Weight: 169. Arm: 30.50. Hand: 8.63.
40 Time: 4.52. Three Cone: 6.96.
Bench: 8. Vertical: 39. Broad: 10-2.
Projected Round (2019): 4-6.
4/20/19: Cheevers was one of the most dangerous cornerbacks in college football during 2018, producing seven interceptions for Boston College. To go along with the picks, Cheevers notched 39 tackles with seven passes broken up. It was a big improvement from his sophomore year when he had 17 tackles, four breakups and two interceptions. Cheevers would be rated higher if he were bigger, but given his size limitations, he is likely to be relegated to the slot in the NFL.
The same reason Lagarrette Blount went undrafted, everybody thought he was too slow for the NFL, and he has had a great career.
(It don't matter if you are slow, if when the catch you, they cant tackle you.)
His ball awareness is great. Good hands to.
I would love to see us sign Alexander too but I think coaches believe they have prepared Dee liner enough to be a starter at NT. Just like Sharif Finch at OLB
Dee Liner sounds like a create a player name on NFL Blitz. What makes you think coaches believe he's a starter? We haven't even got to training camp yet.
MCM is saying he has the best chance of the group to make it. Maybe he does. Still though, it will be tough as he is as one-dimensional as you can get. He is really only useful as a slot guy against small receivers.
Since he is small he cannot tackle well which means he will be targeted by opposing offenses. It also means he is useless on special teams. Hard to have a CB5 or 6 who is useless on special teams.
I like this kid. I had a draftable grade on him!