"Naturally, I’ve got to gravitate toward Morris Claiborne out of LSU. We already knew he could play, and the kid was pretty solid all day during drills. One minor thing about him was his body position. It was a high at times, but he’s going to correct that. He’s the No. 1 cornerback in this draft, no question about it.
If there was somebody who might contend with Claiborne for that title, it’d have to be Janoris Jenkins out of North Alabama. That he transferred from Florida because of trouble, we all know that. He’s got a troubled past, and I’m sure he was grilled about it this week. But I truly believe he’s a good kid that just made some bad decisions. Kid can play."