2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KENDALL FULLER: Virginia Tech, 5114 187 4.50. Junior entry from Baltimore, MD. Two-year starter. Two-time All- ACC selection and ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2013. Tore his meniscus the first game of 2015. Versatile corner who can play press, off-man, and zone. Mirrors the receiver well and has great anticipation to break on routes. Very fluid athlete who changes direction and closes quickly. Has loose hips and good footwork. Plays the ball in the air and has good ball skills. Has the speed to stay over the top of vertical routes and consistently limits separation. Will sometimes get greedy and crash down on underneath routes and leave himself susceptible to double moves over the top. Doesn’t consistently get his head around when chasing routes down field. Not a solid tackler. Needs to refine technique and get stronger. Tends to get grabby with receiver when beat. Has great NFL bloodlines with two brothers currently on NFL rosters. Finished his career with eight interceptions, 27 pass breakups, and one return touchdown. Has the prototype skill set and athleticism desired in a man cover corner. Combined with his instincts and natural feel for the position he has shutdown corner potential. Has the versatility to play outside or in the slot. Has played press coverage in the past but needs to get stronger to press at the next level. Needs to put on a little more weight to match up with bigger NFL receivers. 2015 stats: 7 T, 1 FF, 1 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine. Second/third round. (A-31.5, H-10, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).