Florida, Ole Miss, Alabama
Is at his best in zone coverage. Shows a good understanding of his roles in zone. Does a great job of playing the deep third. Has very good ball skills. Knows when to turn and react to the ball in deep passing situations. Also breaks on the ball with good timing. Can go up and high point the ball to make the interception. Has the speed to run with receivers in man coverage. Plays with a high level of confidence. Isn't afraid of any type of competition and will willingly line up against a team's WR1.
Needs to show that he can be trusted in man coverage. Lacks the hip fluidity to open up and run with receibers when they make their breaks or change direction in their routes. Didn't play much press man so he must show that he can get line up and jam receivers. Also could get better as a tackler. Is more of an ankle biter which leads to missed tackles. Would like to see him get more physical with blockers as well. Has very limited film from college as he didn't see the field much at LSU and played nine games at Kentucky so he has a lot to prove.
Kelvin Joseph is a prospect that is very raw but has some potential. Started his collegiate career at LSU playing in mainly a special teams role before being suspended for their bowl game. Decided to leave LSU and transfer to Kentucky to get a better opportunity at playing time. Was inconsistent with both very good and very bad games in his one season for the Wildcats. Finished the year with 25 total tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, and four interceptions with one returned for a touchdown. As a pro, he has a lot to prove. Has some potential as an outside zone coverage corner but has some big concerns fundamentally. With his athletic ability, if he can go somewhere to develop, he could be a very solid corner. Due to lack of him, he is the one player I evaluated that I couldn't find a true pro comparison for. I see him being drafted somewhere on Day 2 of the NFL Draft.
Big Play Ability
Engage with Blockers