Quinn's background is more the Cover 3, he may of changed to more of a cover 2, based on his talent that he had in house. The single high safety is extremely important for a Cover 3 Defense, but there just aren't many who can effectively play that role. It certainly will depend on how they bring in via fa and the draft. What we can expect is more of a zone coverage scheme, not a man press one. Broaddus said a few weeks ago via his sources, that our new DB Coach covets elite speed and length for the position, not your typical zone corner type.