2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KARY VINCENT JR.: LSU, 5104 177 4.39. Junior entry, two-year starter, Houston, TX. Has been the nickel back for LSU from 2017 to 2019 starting a little over half the games during that stretch. Opted out of 2020 season. Athletic with quick feet and reactions. Fluid in all transitions he can turn and run and stay in phase in man coverage. Primarily used to match up on slot receivers he often played off with a big cushion. At times shows a quick pedal to maintain cushion and break into a lateral run on a vertical release. At other times lets the cushion break down and collisions the receiver and trails underneath. Solid mirror ability he can cutoff route breaks and react on the throw. Has recovery speed if separated. Can be sudden with the ball in the air with the ball skills to find the catch point. Gets downhill in run support and can wrap tackle in space. Not the most willing to take on blocks as he lacks power extending his arms. He gets locked up on a block more often than not. Seems to anticipate route breaks at times and gets separated. Vulnerable to double moves as a result. Athletic ability and playing speed are redeeming qualities but overall coverage is inconsistent. Should be able to contribute on special teams. He has a size limitation and will have to develop in run support and consistency to play slot corner in the NFL. Has the tools to be a sub package prospect. 2019 stats: 47 T, 2 TFL, 9 PBU, 4 INT. Fifth/sixth round. (A-30 1/4, H-8 7/8. VJ-35.5, SS-NA).