CB class has serious size, attitude

Top three cover guys are uncommitted, but not for lack of big-time suitors

Updated: June 28, 2011, 5:32 PM ET
By Billy Tucker | ESPN Recruiting

We would argue that at the high school level, cornerbacks are the toughest players to evaluate and project. More and more cornerbacks are transition players at the next level, meaning they are not playing much on defense. Instead, they are probably being utilized as Wildcat QBs or undersized running backs. Combine that with the fact that high school film of the secondary is very difficult to evaluate -- and that prospects who are actually playing corner rarely get challenged -- and you are left ...

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