Green Bay Packers 2015 NFL Draft: Breaking down the cornerback prospects

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Baylor Bears wide receiver KD Cannon (9) catches a touchdown pass over TCU Horned Frogs cornerback Kevin White (25). Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Tier Four

22. Kevin White, TCU (5-9, 183)
23. Troy Hill, Oregon (5-10, 182)
24. Damian Swann, Georgia (6-0, 189)
25. Bobby McClain, Memphis (5-9, 195)
26. Cody Riggs, Notre Dame (5-9, 185)
27. Jacoby Glenn, UCF (6-0, 179)
28. Tye Smith, Towson (6-0, 195)
29. Deshazor Everett, Texas A&M (6-0, 193)
30. Bernard Blake, Colorado State (6-0, 185)

The Skinny: White is a feisty slot corner with some playmaking potential, but his size and lack of top-end speed will push him down into the later rounds.

Riggs and McClain are also better fits at slot because they lack the speed and length to hold their own on the boundary against receivers at the next level.

Graded as an undrafted free agent talent before the 2014 college season by most analysts, Hill could slip into the later rounds because he’s a tough competitor and can make plays in space.

Glenn is also a very physical defensive back and a guy who could get mid-round considerations if it wasn’t for a poor 4.64 forty time.

Smith out of Towson is an interesting prospect that might be worth taking a chance on with a late-round pick. However, some believe he’s a better fit at safety in the NFL.

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