2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about AMIK ROBERTSON: Louisiana Tech, 5083 187 4.50. Junior entry, three-year starter, Thibodaux, LA. Second-team All- America in 2019 and first-team All-Conference USA. Played boundary corner. Short statured but high energy. His lack of size has been an inviting target for quarterbacks and tall receivers but he continually makes plays. Plays press and off man along with hard corner and off outside zone. In press has quick feet with physical off and two hand stabs. Punches in the chest disrupting routes at the line and on the turn. Stays in phase up the field and through route breaks. As a hard corner can sink under the intermediate route and balance covering the short flat. Controlled pedal in off coverage he plays with a big cushion. Able to transition from slow to fast to stay on top in the deep outside. Sees the quarterback and receiver and balances multiple routes. Quick break on the throw with inside position. Excellent ball skills with some remarkable efforts to get his hands to the catch point. Can leap to high point the ball while battling tall receivers. Physical tackler with an explosive strike. Has been effective blitzing the edge and closing. Lack of height is a concern against taller receivers. He can get walled off by a big body and pushed around. Not the most fluid hips but quickness and physical play compensates. Not sure how consistent contact with receivers will play in the NFL. Has promise in kick coverage and may fit as a nickel. Highly productive and plays bigger than his is. 2019 stats: 60 T, 8 TFL, 1 sack, 16 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FF, 5 INT (2 TD), 1-30 KOR (1 TD). No Combine workouthis choice. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/4, H-9, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).