A.J. Terrell, Clemson
The last time we saw A.J. Terrell, he was having a hard time covering LSU playmaker Ja’Marr Chase, as his Clemson Tigers lost to the Tigers in the national title game. However, while he did not show out in that game, this is a solid cornerback, and should be a very good player at the next level.
A starter alongside Mullen at Clemson, Terrell needs to get stronger, and will have to put on a solid combine if he is going to move up draft boards. At 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, Terrell has his issues, but he also is very good in coverage, and has the speed to run with anybody across from him. Against Chase, he was in position most of the time, but lost the battles.
We all know Mike Mayock loves his Clemson Tigers, and I am sure he will get a full scouting report from Mullen, who played very well as a rookie in 2019. The floor for Terrell is the third round, where the Raiders have three picks, and if he can put on some weight, there is no doubt he will be a starter in the NFL.