2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about SENQUEZ GOLSON: Mississippi, 5084 178 4.46. Two years as a full time starter, started 33 games over his four year career. From Pascagoula, MS. Light footed, loose-hipped playmaker. Reacts to the ball and can anticipate throws before they come out of the quarterback’s hand. Has the suddenness to read routes and change his direction without hesitation. Minimal false steps in coverage. Can track the deep ball while maintaining full speed and body control. Times his jumps well and gets his hands on a lot of balls. Confident and smart. Knows when to take risks and when to play it safe. A dual sport athlete for a couple years at Mississippi. After being drafted in the 8th round of the 2011 baseball draft, Golson also signed to play centerfield for the Rebels’ baseball team. He decided to focus solely on football in 2012. He has some natural movement ability with a quick and easy lower half. His instincts and decision making are consistent and he can really get after the ball which led to an SEC-leading 10 interceptions. His lack of size and strength make him an easy target for opposing quarterbacks. Lacks size and strength. Doesn’t make his presence known as a tackler. Will struggle to take on blocks and get off them in space. Struggles to reach around bigger receivers, size can overwhelm him. Doesn’t explode downhill and show the aggression against the run. 2014 stats: 43 T, 10 INT, 8 PBU. BTR:left DNP, right 4.59. OSR:15/31. Third/fourth round. (A-29 1/2, H-9 1/2, VJ-33.5, SS-4.20).