Custis is a versatile defensive back who could play corner or safety on the next level. He showed very good range and quickness Sunday at the NFTC. He got his hands on numerous balls and he showed good ball skills during the drills. He covers a lot of ground.
Javaris Davis, 2015 CB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Ed White
Davis made plays when the ball was thrown in his area Sunday. He has multiple interceptions and he showed he is willing to jump a route to make a play. He was very quick to react to receivers and he played the ball very well.
Nygel Edmonds, 2016 CB, Atlanta (Ga.) Westminster
Edmonds blazed through the drills early in the day showing very loose hips and footwork. He is a corner with size, good feet, and good ball skills. He has a handful of offers now and that list will grow.
Deangelo Gibbs, 2017 CB, Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge
Only a freshman. That's right, this young man has three years of high school left. He played physical and he was locking some talented receivers down. He has the size (6-foot-1) schools look for in a corner.
Richard LeCounte, 2017 CB, Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County
LeCounte is one of the top defensive backs in the state of Georgia regardless of class. He was flipping over receivers trying to make plays Sunday and he worked out at corner and safety. He can cover, he breaks on the ball well, and he showed great range. When the coaches worked his hands, he showed receiver-like hands.
Kevin Toliver, 2015 CB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian
If you graded defensive backs out only from the drills, Toliver would be the top guy. He came into the camp with a high ankle sprain, so he did not do many reps, but in the drills, he was extremely fluid. He is a legit 6-foot-2 with loose hips and very good feet. His length stands out as well and helps in his recovery.
Jamyest Williams, 2017 CB, Duluth (Ga.)
Another young defensive back shined at this event. Williams was first in line in the drills and he caught Scout's attention from the beginning. He showed good balance, he got his hands on a lot of passes, and he broke on the ball well. A freshman with offers and it was easy to see why.
John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.
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