2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about NOAH IGBINOGHENE: Auburn, 5103 198 4.48. Junior entry, two-year starter, Trussville, AL. Was a receiver/kick returner at Alabama as a freshman before transferring to Auburn and converting to corner. Became a starter in 2018. Also a track athlete at Auburn he is still a work in progress at corner. Has experience at nickel, hard corner, and off and press coverage. Quick footwork at the snap he can re-route in Cover 2 or over a slot. Physical with receivers. He uses a two hand jam to disrupt the route in press. Can redirect in a short space reacting to the ball. Quick break on the ball, he times hands to the catch point and can rip a ball out. Tackles well in space squaring up the tackle and driving through. At his best crowding receiver as he is inconsistent with cushion and reading route combinations in off zone. Improving but can be hesitant closing voids in zone as it takes him a little extra time to process. Vision is lacking to see the quarterback and receiver. Struggles at times with turn and run. Can get out of phase as a result. Tends to be grabby if separated. Has a lot of holding and interference calls. Outstanding special teams player with return ability. Should be a core special teams player while he continues his development as a corner. Much of his deficiency can be cleaned up and his upside will get him drafted. He may go higher than projected. 2019 stats: 42 T, 1 TFL, 7 PBU, 9-317 KOR (1 TD). OSR:10/29. Second/third round. (A-31 3/4, H-9 3/8, VJ-37, SS-DNP).