2013 NFL Draft: Kenny Vaccaro Does It All at the Safety Position

February 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2013 NFL Draft is deep at the safety position, but most scouts believe that this year's crop does not include any elite players at the position.
Last year, Alabama's Mark Barron was thought to be a slam dunk before the draft. Ultimately, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers snagged Barron with the No. 7 pick. In 2010, Tennessee's Eric Berry was widely considered to be a "can't-miss" player before coming off the board with the fifth overall pick.
There may not be a safety selected in the top ten this year, but Texas' Kenny Vaccaro won't be on the board much longer than that.
Bleacher Report's NFL Draft lead writer Matt Miller currently has Vaccaro as the No. 15 prospect on his big board:
Vaccaro comes in as our top-ranked safety due to his ability to play either free or strong safety, but also because of his experience playing slot cornerback. Vaccaro's versatility, and his high level of play at all three positions, makes him the top player available at the position.&nb...

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