2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JALEN TABOR: Florida, 6004 199 4.62. Junior entry from Washington, DC. Two-year starter who has been impacting the Gators’ defense since day one. After making several freshman All-America teams in 2014, Tabor finished on the first-team All-SEC roster the past two seasons. Light-footed cover corner who has an easy and sudden change of direction. Fluid hips and high level ball skills. Good eye/hand coordination. Competes hard for the ball. A self-aware player who is crafty and protected of his weaknesses. Has experience in zone, off, and press man coverages. Good technique in zone coverage reading routes and the quarterback. As a press corner, Tabor plays under the corner route and up to the quick route. Solid in press using his hands and arms to disrupt the receivers’ routes. He shows some versatility to play nickel over the slot or play outside. Reacts well with the ball in the air. Good hands and timing. Not a trained killer in run support. Drops his head and dives for worms. Would rather go around a blocker than fill a running lane. Overly protective of giving up the deep ball and will allow too much underneath separation. Has had some off-field red flags including refusing to take a drug test in September of 2015. Has small hands. He is a ball hawk with extremely athletic feet and hips, giving him the potential to be an on-your-hip-corner in the league. His main issues revolve around a lack of physical presence and inconsistent confidence levels. Will leave his techniques and assignments at times, making him an easy target underneath for opposing quarterbacks. There is plenty that needs to change for him to be a quality NFL corner, but there is no denying the talent and upside. 2016 stats: 33 T, 4 INT, 6 PBU. BTR:left 4.82, right 4.94. OSR:33/35. Second/ third round. (A-32, H-8 5/8, VJ-31, SS-DNP).