2010 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Brandon Ghee

  • Great height/length and build
  • Explosive speed
  • Good athlete with nice change of direction
  • Great red zone defender - protects end zone
  • Solid timing on jump balls
  • Very good in run support
  • Not afraid to take on a block
  • Physical and will deliver big hits
  • Outstanding at anticipating routes; instinctive
  • Quick hips
  • Can turn and run with fast receivers
  • Comfortable in man or zone
  • Highly confident
  • Very intriguing upside

  • A little raw mechanically with footwork
  • Doesn't always appropriately turn head back to ball
  • Struggles to disengage
  • Should be more of a playmaker
  • Sometimes lacks focus; inconsistent
  • Will get too high out of backpedal

    Summary: Ghee has some fixable attributes to his game, but he is a high upside player, and will likely be a better pro than college player. If he is impressive at the Senior Bowl and in workouts, it wouldn't shock me if he is a first-round draft pick. Ghee has some intriguing physical tools to work with and can match up against the bigger receivers in the league. I love athletic, confident corners, but there is no doubt Ghee needs to be more polished at the next level.

    Player Comparison: Jonathan Joseph. Joseph, like Ghee, has the same size and athleticism coming out of college, but he was also a little raw. Now, he is one of the better corners in the AFC.


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