2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CORDREA TANKERSLEY: Clemson, 6012 199 4.42. Two-year starter from Beech Island, SC. Played in 55 games over four years collecting 149 tackles, nine interceptions, and 22 passes broken up. Can be shifted into different coverage schemes. At his best at the point of attack but showed excellent quarterback forecasting and reading from zone coverage. Can explode downhill and cut receivers off. Crafty at getting to the ball. High-hipped corner who doesn’t show the fluidity when changing direction. Can be beat to his inside shoulder too easily. Could use more hand strength when jamming receivers. Checks the triangle number boxes with his plus combination of height, weight, and speed. Very capable of playing up at the point of attack and running with speed receivers downfield. Excellent ball tracking and knows how to high point the ball. At his size, that can be a major factor. Aggressive in traffic, as he almost always turns offensive when the ball is in the air. Makes too many business decisions against the run. Will sidestep and try to trip up rather than get his shoulder into the ball carrier. Feet get sticky in his transitions. The two-year starter had to wait his turn to get on the field. Once he did, Tankersley took advantage and never looked back. His long speed and upper tier ball skills can make him a dangerous defender to throw towards. His technique and agility struggles can be exploited in the league, however. He will need to shore those up before he can be trusted on an island. 2016 stats: 52 T, 4 INT, 11 PBU. BTR:left 5.26, right 5.27. OSR:18/35. Second/ third round. (A-32 1/4, H-9 1/8, VJ-29.5, SS-4.33).