Bradley Roby: Denver Broncos' NFL Draft Profile

Bradley Roby: Denver Broncos' NFL Draft Profile
May 8, 2014, 6:00 pm
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Bradley Roby (CB), Ohio State

5’11” | 194 lbs.

2013 stats:

69 tackles, 3 INT, 2 TFL

Selected:

1st round, 31st overall (Denver Broncos)

What scouts are saying:

"Attacks the jam or blocking receiver, frequently gets into the action. Will play off or press man coverage, attacks the catch point by cutting in front of the target. Even plays on special teams. Trails in close distances and prevents the sliver of separation at the catch point. Makes things difficult on the opposition.” (Josh Norris, Rotoworld)

"Roby has world-class speed with the click-and-close ability to play tight coverage and mirror receivers all over the field. 4.39-second 40-yard speed and a good fighting attitude to battle for the ball.” (Rob Rang, CBS Sports)

“At the Combine, Roby put his great skill set on display. He has the physical talent to be a No. 1 corner if he lands with good coaching, but his bad tape from the 2013 season is holding him back from being a sure-fire first-round pick. ” (WalterFootball.com) 

"Displays good zone awareness and has experience in off-man. Dangerous as a blitzer and kick-block rusher. Has experience working as a gunner. Confident and competitive. Excellent production on the ball -- 35 passes defended in last two seasons.” (Nolan Nawrocki, NFL.com)

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