https://thedraftnetwork.com/articles/senior-bowl-prospect-risers-and-fallers-at-each-position SAFETIES Riser: Jeremy Chinn, Southern Illinois Jeremy Chinn came into Mobile as one of my biggest sleepers in the 2020 draft, and sure enough, his name is now on everyone's radar. At 6-foot-3, 220 pounds, Chinn has played everything from cornerback to weakside linebacker. His position flexibility to do multiple things as a space defender in coverage is incredibly valuable. You just don't see physical marvels his size with that kind of fluidity and explosive movement skills. Chinn was the most impressive-looking player at the weigh-in Monday, and he followed that up with excellent performances at practice. Who fell: Terrell Burgess, Utah The weigh-in, however, was not kind to Utah hybrid defensive back Terrell Burgess. He checked in at 5-foot-11 and 196 pounds, well below some team thresholds at the safety position. Those measurements signal a change to cornerback for Burgess, and his man coverage reps this week in practice were unimpressive. He doesn't look comfortable playing press at the line of scrimmage, and he is a step late reading routes in off man coverage. The appeal to Burgess early on in the process was his position flexibility, but I think it's starting to look like he is a nickel only at the next level.