I've seen Thornhill in the majority of the mocks in this section at #58 and can't understand why. I reviewed his four full games available on YouTube and he has some glaring weaknesses that make him a hard pass for me in the second round. Vs. Ohio -1:20 takes a terrible angle, allowing a slow-footed QB to break off a 70 yard run. -Got cooked for 2 TD's in this game (one he was clearly responsible, second one is debatable), and was a few yards short of allowing a 3rd TD. -6:42 shows off his bad habit of lunging at a guys' knees/ankles without wrapping up. He does this A LOT. Those weak attempts at tackling will get exposed at the next level. Vs. Indiana :54 Painfully slow to react, and allows an RB to go untouched 40 yards for a TD. 3:20 and 3:32 Back to back plays of terrible tackling technique. Vs. NC State Just too small to play the Mike and it showed here in the running game. Had a nice TFL, but also took some poor angles, and had another missed tackle that resulted in big TD run. (8:10) Vs. Miami Probably his best game out of the 4 full games available on YouTube. Had 2 INT's, but one was an overthrow and one was severely under thrown. Yeah he gets credit for making the plays, but there's a difference between being gifted INT's and creating INT's with play recognition and anticipation. Summary: Thornhill is a 3rd round prospect to me. He may have tested better than Darnell Savage and Chauncey Gardner Johnson, but those two are clearly superior on film. He's not as twitchy, instinctive, or well-rounded as the two mentioned above, yet I see him mentioned in the same tier. Maybe some posters are mocking him to us at #58 because it's realistic, seeing how he was a pre-draft visit and there's a good chance he's available at #58. But as far as wanting him at #58? No thanks.