Morris Claiborne - Louisiana State (HT: 5-11⅛ - WT: 188)
Positives -- The clear top corner in this draft, there is no debate about it... Good size at just over 5'11" yet plays much bigger... Extremely physical at the line of scrimmage with both his body and hands... Is a true cover corner and has been touted as a better corner than former teammate and 2011 #5
overall pick Patrick Peterson... Good speed and fluid hips allows Claiborne to keep up with elite receivers... Starting number one corner for the number two total and scoring defense in the country... Faced some of the toughest receiving talent in the country on a weekly basis in the SEC... Possesses the ability to be an elite lockdown corner at the next level against elite NFL receivers... Excellent ability to recover and defend against tight throws... Can handle elite talent without safety help over the top... Takes great angles to the ball and maintains leverage against bigger receivers... A sound tackler and willing to play inside the box to bring down running backs... Maintains extremely close coverage forcing quarterbacks to throw to other receivers... Consistent producer at the highest level of college football... Has the speed and intelligence to bait quarterbacks into making throws he can make plays on... Has great big play ability that will translate to the professional level.
Negatives -- A bit overly reliant on his natural physical tools and still needs to be coached up some on technique, gets too high in his backpedal... Can be overaggressive at times and will get beat over the top... Has adequate size but can be taken out of plays by above average blockers... Does not have the special teams return ability showcased by Patrick Peterson or Tyron Mathieu... Can be caught staring into the backfield at times or looking to make the big play... Does not always display consistent hands... Ran a bit slower than expected at the combine with a 4.50-40; however, not detrimental to his draft stock, remains a top ten lock.
At Louisiana State -- (Official School Bio) Capped his career as one of the top cornerbacks in school history... Named the recipient of the prestigious Jim Thorpe Award in 2011 as the nation's top defensive back... Became the second straight LSU player to earn the award, following Patrick Peterson who claimed the honor in 2010... Consensus All-America in 2011 after leading Tigers to 13-1 record, the SEC title and a spot in the national championship game... Played in 33 games, starting 26 times... Finished career with 95 tackles, 12 pass breakups and 11 interceptions... Led the nation in interception return yardage in 2011 with 173... Tied for sixth in school history in career interceptions (11) and is second in interception return yards (274)... Opted to forgo his senior season and made himself eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft following his junior season. 2011: Started all 14 games for the Tigers... Registered 51 tackles, six pass breakups and six interceptions... Led the nation in interception return yardage with 173... Ranked fifth in the SEC in kickoff returns with a 25.1 average... Scored two TDs in 2011... Returned a kickoff 99 yards for a score against West Virginia and then returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown against Georgia in the SEC Championship Game... Returned an interception 89 yards against Tennessee, which ranked as the third-longest in school history... The 89-yard return was the longest non-scoring return in school history... Named the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week following a 2-interception, 1-pass breakup game in win over Mississippi State... Had six tackles in season-opening win over Oregon in the Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas... Had six tackles, including a tackle for a 1-yard loss, in week 2 against Northwestern State... Picked off a pass against Arkansas.
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