One of the top draft prospect Patrick Peterson was at the NFL Network studios on Monday for an appearance on “Path to the Draft” and “Total Access.” He took some time to talk about the draft, reality television and a future career away from the football field.
As the whispers of Patrick Peterson being worth the No. 1 overall draft pick get louder, teams are definitely taking notice of LSU’s standout cornerback — beginning with, who else, but the Carolina Panthers.
Well, I was up next to take a turn with Top 10 mock draft on “Path to the Draft” Thursday.
Consider this an open plea to the Carolina Panthers: Don’t repeat the same mistake other teams have made by not taking the best player available with the first overall pick in the NFL Draft.
Coming off a fantastic Combine performance that met all expectations, it’s very possible LSU CB Patrick Peterson could grade out as the best prospect in the NFL Draft. But could he go No. 1 overall?
We don’t see a lot of cornerbacks like LSU’s Patrick Peterson.
We made sure we were near the vertical jump station to catch a glimpse of LSU CB Patrick Peterson, one of the best overall athletes (size, speed, strength) among the defensive backs at the NFL Scouting Combine.
LSU’s Patrick Peterson and Nebraska’s Prince Amukamara are considered to be the top two cornerbacks in this year’s draft class. So, why would there be rumblings about both of them possibly switching to safety in the NFL?