2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about QUINCY WILSON: Florida, 6014 211 4.56. Junior entry from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Two-year starter who recorded a career high nine tackles versus South Carolina. Second-team All- SEC pick. Built like a safety and has the presence to play like one. Intense, competitive player with a short memory. In press he shows good initial reactions showing solid ability to mirror a receiver’s cuts. An alpha male attitude, physically controlling receivers with his hands versus a two and off hand jam. Good zone awareness, closes voids in zones well. Sees and reacts to threats. Good ball skills using his long arms to break up the pass. Good timing to disrupt the receiver at the catch point. Plays good trail technique. Plays through the stalk block but is not a consistent tackler. When looking for the current era’s ideal cornerback, the image of Wilson comes up. Very big, tall, long, strong, and fast. These are all physical traits on Wilson’s sheet and he proved that there are football skills to go with them. Even though he appears raw and borderline reckless at times, he has the goods that most cornerbacks will never have. The ability and skills are there, but the consistency is not. If he takes to NFL coaching and pays attention to details, he can be a star. Projects to safety for some teams. 2016 stats: 33 T, 3 INT, 6 PBU. BTR:left 4.50, right 4.69. OSR:20/35. Second/third round. (A-32 1/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-32, SS-4.05).