Texas Tech receiver Michael Crabtree began the season as a top-10 prospect for the 2009 NFL draft. After another stellar season, Crabtree may now be the top pospect of them all. Get inside for an updated top 100 from our NFL draft partners at the National Football Post.[details]
The Good: A tough, confident corner who likes to mix it up and get into the heads of opposing receivers. Displays excellent anticipation skills and has the first step to jump routes underneath. Reads and reacts well in space and does a great job attacking the ball at its highest point. Showcases impressive ball skills and can consistently locate the ball in zone. The Bad: A boundary corner who relies on his instincts and ball skills more than his speed and technique. Lacks great straight-line speed and is slow to transition out of his breaks. Might be best suited to make a switch to safety, but his 186-pound frame will cause him some trouble. Looks like his best fit is as a Cover 2 corner at the next level.