2011 NFL Draft Philadelphia Eagles: Why the Prince Might Be the Answer

February 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Coming straight out of Nebraska, Prince Amukamara is one of the the biggest names in the NFL draft.
Amukamara is in his senior year at Nebraska. This six foot stud has shown a lot of upside throughout his years in college.
With three forced fumbles and five interceptions, Amukamara has signified his name at the college level. Several scouts from around the NFL have spotted Amukamara and pinpointed his strengths.
One of Amukamara's greatest abilities in football is to read defenses. Watching him play in college, there were very few times where he blew a play. His sense of awareness is extremely accurate.
Moreover, Amukamara loves man to man coverage. He dominated the league with five interceptions in 2009. In addition, Amukamara is a banger. With the departure of Brian Dawkins  a few years ago, the big hits have decreased.
The Philadelphia Eagles have a lot of weaknesses at the corner back position. This was obviously apparent in the previous season.

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