NFL Draft 2011: Prince Amukamara Draws Heavy Praise

April 14, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Amukamara compared to NFL's elite 
The Prince is among the best, not just at his own position but among the best in this year's NFL draft class.
Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara was profiled by Nate Davis of USA Today. He tells the story of how he thought he would be a running back when he got to Nebraska and how the switch was made to defense. The most telling comments come later in the story, courtesy of the NFL Network's Charles Davis.
"The way that Prince plays the game compares to how Revis plays the game — a lot of man coverage, and they don't see the ball often," Davis said. "Not saying these guys are the same, but that's how they play."
Wow. Prince is similar to Darrelle Revis. That's pretty heavy praise.
If you don't get the ball thrown your way often, isn't that just a sign though you're doing your job?
Amukamara is predicted to be a top 10 pick and is the second best corner in the draft behind LSU's Patrick Peterson. Count Rex Ryan a ...

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