Draft Rewind 2008 – Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie – Philadelphia Eagles

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about DOMINIQUE RODGERS-CROMARTIE: Tennessee State, 6014 184  4.35. Four-year starter. Tall and lean. Good ball skills. Tendency to get high in his backpedal with a small hitch in his turns and transition. Will support the run. Raw talent that will elevate his coverage techniques on the next level with NFL coaching. Wiry strong. Smooth and fluid. Ten career interceptions. Good feel for coverage. Outstanding athletic ability and the top rated corner at the Combine workouts. Good hands and leaping ability to make an interception or slap the ball away. Will compete. Has the frame to gain muscle weight. Will need to learn all the zone nuances but has natural man to man coverage ability. Did not turn down a hit on support in the Senior Bowl. An ascending player with range, rare speed, and athletic ability. Cousin to Pro Bowl corner Antonio Cromartie. OSR:1/32. BTR:left 4.32, right 4.24. First round (A-32 3/4, H-9 1/4, SS-4.18, VJ-38.5). Orginally drafted by Arizona.

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