Oct 18, 2014; Eugene, OR, USA; Washington Huskies defensive back Marcus Peters (21) warming up before the game against the Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports
1. Marcus Peters, CB (Washington)
If you told me a month ago that Peters would be selected at the end of the first round or even the second round, I would not have believed you. That being said, it looks like that may just happen.
Like Green-Beckham, Peters is a tremendous talent that is his own worst enemy. Peters has character concerns that may hinder his draft stock. Teams may prefer to avoid the risk and select guys like Kevin Johnson and P.J. Williams ahead of him.
I have a really high-grade on the controversial Peters. He has the talent of a player that should go in the middle of the first round. Peters is a physically imposing cornerback with great athletic ability. If he falls into the second round, he will be a draft steal of epic proportions.
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