2012 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOSH NORMAN: Coastal Carolina, 6002 197 4.66. Four-year starter who is confident and talented. Was impressive early in the Shrine practices wowing the scouts throughout the week. Arkansas’s Jarius Wright took him to school on game day and gave him lessons on double moves. Despite his Shrine Game struggles, he earned a look at the Senior Bowl. Norman will peek into the backfield at times. He is talented but needs more coverage discipline. A big corner with fringe speed. Decent arm length to walk up and press or reroute a wide receiver. Quicker than fast. Good ball skills breaking up 35 passes and picking off 13 more. He can get turned in man coverage. Keeps relationships on wide receivers in zone coverage. Good eye/hand coordination. Struggles with false steps in his backpedal. Has a tendency to get high instead of keeping his butt down. Bottom line is he has average speed and athletic ability. To play successfully on the next level, he must upgrade his skill level and take more pride in his tackling. 2011 stats: 62 tackles, 12 PBU, 2 INTs, 2 FF. BTR:left 4.78, right 4.76. OSR:26/35. Fourth/ fifth round. (A-32 3/4, H-9 1/4, VJ-33, SS-4.23).