By: Steve Johnson
Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio St.
6’0″ 193, 31 1/4″ arms, 8 7/8″ hands
4.36 40, 38 1/2″ vert, 132″ broad jump
2015: 7 games. 4 tackles. 2 PD
2016: 13 games. 41 tackles, 1 TFL, 4 int for 61 yards and 1 TD, 9 PD
Accolades: U.S. Army All-American
Injuries: Had surgery to repair his hamstring in 2014. Had hamstring injury issues in 2015.
History: Prepped in Cleveland, was a U.S. Army All-American.
Strengths: Good acceleration (record a 1.50 10-yard split at combine). Great speed to stick with speedy wide receivers. Good change of direction. Not afraid to tackle, will mix it up. Competitive.
Weaknesses: Has had chronic hamstring issues dating back to high school. Only started one year at Ohio St (was behind some talent though). Small hands. Not a tested, experienced corner like some in the draft. Thin, could add some bulk.
Overview: Lattimore is a very athletic, long limbed corner. His experience and injury history are some concerns. Has all the natural ability and the competitiveness to become a pro bowl player.
Draft Projection: Top 10
Phanaddict Draft Grade: 6.5