What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about KRISTIAN FULTON before he made the Tennessee Titans' Depth Chart: LSU, 5115 197 4.45. Two year starter, New Orleans, LA. Sat out 2017 with an NCAA suspension for cheating on a drug test. Has played press man, off man, hard corner, and deep outside zone coverage. Solid techniques with excellent footwork. At his best as a press corner. Can be physical in press and can be disruptive with an off-hand jam at the line. Quick fluid pedal when off and rarely wastes movement. Normally patient to ignore initial move away from leverage and footwork allows him to react quickly to a double move off the line. As a hard corner flashes re-route skill. Sudden in transition with a closing burst breaking on the ball. Shows mirror ability reacting to route breaks and can recover if out of position. Has ball skills with uncanny timing to get his hand into the catch point. Fluid to flip his hips to close voids and react to multiple routes in zone. Has the speed to stay in phase on vertical routes. In press will give up leverage on a stutter move at times. Shows some vulnerability to a double move on extended routes but has outstanding recovery ability and can get back in phase. Somewhat concerning the times he has to recover when out of phase, NFL receivers will be tougher to recover against. Willing tackler but tends to go low and has barely made the play on some. He is still developing but has all the tools necessary to be an elite NFL corner. Can play in any scheme and should be an immediate starter. 2019 stats: 38 T, 1 TFL, 14 PBU, 1 INT. OSR:12/29. First/second round. (A-30 5/8, H-9 1/8, VJ-35.5, SS-4.36).Georgia, 6064 350 5.40. Red-shirt sophomore entry, two-year starter, Brooklyn, NY. Missed two games in 2019 with an ankle injury. Second-team All SEC in 2019. A tools-rich tackle who still has a lot to learn and put into practice. Needs to take in NFL coaching so that his footwork can become second nature. Has a lot of ugly tape but when he does line things up, his combination of length and power can be dominant. He is a high-upside prospect who shouldn’t be rushed into action. Mammoth size that holds a lot of weight very well. Elite length with a pair of heavy hands to go along with it. Can lock defenders out from a distance and give himself time to line up his feet. Creates a lot of movement on contact in the running game. Gets a good punch and will make sure his hips are behind it. Has the athletic ability to protect the edge. Shows flashes of dominance via his tools and aggressive style. Footwork gets very messy and unorganized in pass protection at times. Will cross his feet and run up the edge. Susceptible to change of direction and inside move. Over commits to his initial read. Hands get wide, doesn’t pay enough attention to detail when it comes to technique. Overly reliant on his tool set. Needs to really hone in his knee bend and control at his size. OSR:13/41. Third/ fourth round. (A-35 1/2, H-10 1/4, BP-26, 10-1.79).