Small School Cornerback Garnering Interest

After being snubbed for an invitation to the NFL Scouting Combine and all-star games, Webber International (Fla.) cornerback Vincent Anderson is emerging as a sleeper in NFL circles, according to a league source.
Anderson is scheduled for an official visit with the New York Giants and has six private workouts set up.
The 6-foot-2, 206-pound transfer from Nicholls State has 4.52 speed in the 40-yard dash.
Anderson’s highlight film is dotted with big hits, drawing solid reviews from NFL scouts.

6 responses to “Small School Cornerback Garnering Interest

  1. “20 PLAY HIGHLIGHT CLIP. I AM A CORNERBACK OUT OF LAKE CITY, FL.. PLAYED AS A TRU FRESHMAN AT A DEVISION 1AA SCHOOL GOT IN TROUBLE SOPHOMORE YEAR SUSPENDED FROM NCAA FOR 3 YRS FORCED TO PLAY NAIA FOOTBALL AND RIPPED IT. I AM #4 (V A) ”
    Wow, he sounds smart, he can’t even spell division.

  2. Good size and speed…but the question is, “Why did he get suspended from the NCAA for 3 years?”…This kid might have all the talent in the world, but who cares if he can’t stay on the field and out of trouble….I would take a late round chance on him, say 6th, or 7th round. The other thing is I watched his highlight reel, and he looked like he was playing against high school players. Big fish little pond..lets see how he swims in the big pool.

  3. Have the Giants, under Jerry Reese, EVER drafted one guy they brought in to look at? I would swear that they haven’t. Besides, this guy has practice squad written all over his “highlight” reel.

  4. Guys that aren’t invited to the combine typically go undrafted. That is not to say they won’t have a shot during some teams training camp, but you only have a handful of draft picks. Most teams try to use them wisely.

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