Humphrey is still raw, but his pedigree should help him adjust in the NFL.

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“It’s a tough position Humphrey is in going into Thursday evening, because anybody who watches him at his best knows that he’s a Top 15 talent. His speed, his physicality, his intelligence make him a no-brainer for any GM looking to shore up their secondary. Yet, you can turn on the Ole Miss, Arkansas or Clemson games from this year (incidentally, the only three teams that passed for more than Super Cheap Jerseys 300 yards on the Tide defense in 2016) and you’ll see definitive holes in Humphrey’s game. Even against LSU, the lone pass over 20 yards for the Tigers’ offense was gotten off Humphrey.” — Read More at Team Speed Kills

Not many cornerback prospects can manage to run the 40-yard dash in just over 4.4 seconds, let alone finish among the top eight in three different drills at the NFL Combine. With an 11-foot broad jump, it’s safe to say Humphrey won’t be outleaped, and coupled with his height, Humphrey should be able to contest passes against the NFL’s biggest and most physical receivers.

Humphrey is still raw, but his pedigree should help him adjust in the NFL. Humphrey is the latest Alabama first-round corner, following in the footsteps of Dee Milliner, Dre Kirkpatrick, and Kareem Jackson. It’s now up to the Ravens to ensure the young cornerback ends up like the recently Cheap Jerseys NCAA paid Kirkpatrick and Jackson rather than like Milliner, who is now a free agent.

Key players like Tom Brady, Devin McCourty, Martellus Bennett, Dont’a Hightower, Chris Long, and LeGarrette Blount all skipped their chance to be lauded by President Donald Trump after pioneering the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history in February. Brady’s absence — his second skipped D.C. trip in a row — was due to “personal family matters.” McCourty, Blount, Long, and Bennett missed the ceremony for political reasons. Hightower isn’t going because he’s already been twice after winning NCAA titles at Alabama.

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