By War Room scouts Sporting News The 2005 cornerback class has some good depth overall, but there is clearly a separation between "elite" and "all the rest". While some are including Auburn's Carlos Rogers among the elite, it's a two-man race between West Virginia's Adam "Pac-Man" Jones and Miami's Antrel Rolle to become the first corner drafted. Jones had his Pro Day this past Friday after Rolle went through his on March 3, but both workouts were uneventful, even though Jones ran a sub-4.4 40-yard dash and Rolle clocked in at sub-4.5. That's because neither corner did anything to change their suitors' opinions that they both can be great players in the NFL. Now the posturing, rumors and innuendo begin as some of the teams looking to select Jones or Rolle in the first round plant misinformation about their intentions in an attempt to deflect their interest. If the draft order stays as is, Jones will be off the board first at No. 6 to Tennessee. Jones has the game-changing talent and attitude that reminds some of Deion Sanders. One look at the tape of his game against Boston College in 2003 where he baited the quarterback into a pick for a touchdown and later added an awesome punt return to single-handedly win the game for the Mountaineers might seal the deal. The Cardinals covet Rolle and they won't pass on him if they stay at No. 8. But cornerback may be the one position that warrants a trade up into the top five for a chance at Jones, as the falloff after the big two is dramatic. Count Washington at No. 9, with the loss of Fred Smoot as a free agent, as the favorite to trade up for Jones. Link: Draft dish: Teams ready to gobble up 'Pac-Man'