Florida State Safety Myron Rolle
Myron Rolle: Florida State, No. 10, SS, 6-1, 217
Rolle is a phenomenal looking athlete who showcases one of the better builds of any prospect in this year's draft. He's smart kid who spent the past year at Oxford University studying to become a neurosurgeon. Obviously, he has ambitions other than football, but for the time being he looks motivated to make his mark in the NFL. He's a coordinated athlete is his back-pedal and does a nice job keeping his feet under him and changing directions downfield. He showcases above-average fluidity for a guy his size and looks natural getting back up to speed quickly and running with tight ends downfield.
But he will get a bit rushed in his drop and at times allows his pad level to get too high. He showcases only average instincts when asked to read his run/pass keys and is a reactive player in the run game. Rolle is slow to initially find the ball and allows himself to get washed out of the play at times. But he showed up well at the Senior Bowl and has a lot of untapped potential. It's scary to think how good this guy could be if he focused 100 percent on football.
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