2015 NFL Draft: Top Cornerbacks Available For the Baltimore Ravens

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Nov 30, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Vanderbilt Commodores wide receiver Jordan Matthews (87) is tackled by Wake Forest Demon Deacons cornerback Kevin Johnson (9) during the first quarter at Vanderbilt Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest, 6’0″ 188LBS

Johnson had a solid performance at the combine and was the top performer at the position in four drills. He is very light on his feet and has great quickness, allowing him to turn and run with receivers when in man coverage. Johnson has the ability to play outside coverage or inside in the nickel.

Johnson is very disruptive in press coverage and can slow down receivers. He is good at flipping his hips and accelerating on deep routes. Although Johnson isn’t an intimidating hitter, he is a wrap-up tackler and can help against the run game.

Johnson is similar in size to Waynes but doesn’t possess the same strength or speed, but his cover skills, athleticism, and competitiveness will allow him to start on some NFL teams and contribute straight away.

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