Draft Profile: Isaiah Oliver, CB Colorado

By: Steve Johnson

Isaiah Oliver, CB Colorado

6’0 1/4 201 33 1/2″ arms, 9 3/4″ hands

4.50 40


2015: 13 games. 22 tackles, 6 pass break ups.

2016: 14 games. 34 tackles, 1 int, 7 pass break ups, 1 FF

2017: 10 games. 26 tackles, 2 int for 41 yards, 12 pass break ups

Misc. Stats: 20 PR for 174 yards and 1 TD in career.

Accolades: 2017 first-team All-Pac-12


History: Three-star recruit out of Arizona. His father Muhammad played at Oregon and played five years in the NFL. His uncle, Damon Mayes, played at Missouri and in the NFL as well. Was a sprinter in both High School and for the Colorado track team. Arizona State champion in 110 and 300-meter hurdles, 4×400 relay. Ran the decathlon at Colorado.

Strengths: Excellent length, long and rangy kid. Sprinter, in both High School and at Colorado. Great leaper, that times the ball great. Breaks well on the ball. Good kid, who has worked as a referee in flag football games and served meals to underprivileged in the community.

Weaknesses: Has some issues in off man. Doesn’t hold up as well with shifty receivers. Not as aggressive in run support, as his size may suggest. Needs to become a better tackler, especially in space.

Overview: Oliver is your typical bump and run press corner. He has the long arms to disrupt receivers at the LOS. He needs to work on his off coverage, and become more aggressive in the run game.

Draft Projection: 1st Round

Phanaddict Draft Grade: 6.35

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