2015 NFL Draft Rankings: JBB Big Board (1-10)

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Dec 27, 2013; San Francisco, CA, USA; Brigham Young Cougars running back Jamaal Williams (21) is tackled by Washington Huskies defensive back Marcus Peters (21) during the second quarter at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Marcus Peters, CB, Wash: 94

Pros: Long, strong, and aggressive hands are the best ways to describe Peters. His game is principally a press man game, but he does well in off coverage as well, and even cover three. Peters is an aggressive and instictive corner. Because of his size he is a solid tackler and can be a dynamic playmaker on the defense.

He has all the tools to be an exceptional player in the NFL. Peters also has the advantage of playing signific time on special teams which again is something that makes him valuable compared to defensive backs or defensive players who have no special teams experiences.

Cons: At times Peters’ aggressiveness can get him in trouble and he will misplay a pass or misdiagnose a pass. Regardless, these instances are few and far between, The biggest concerns for Peters are off the field concerns. If he can get his attitude in check and work with a head coach not against him, then he will max out his potential.

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