The lack of cornerbacks with prototypical size and speed has sent the stock of Montana’s Trumaine Johnson soaring. At 6-2, 210 pounds, he has the length scouts want in cover corners and his ability to excel in press or shadow coverage makes him a good fit in most systems. According to an NFC scout who recently paid a visit to Missoula, Johnson has “rare physical tools” and he should be one of the first corners drafted based on his size, speed and potential.
(there’s that dreaded word-potential)
6’2 205 pounds
runs a 4.5 40 yard dash, with 31.5 inch long arms…