CFN: Roby the 4th Best Corner in College Football

August 10, 2013 at 12:00p    by Ross Fulton    
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College Football News ranked Bradley Roby the 4th best cornerback in college football. CFN wrote 

Roby’s a 5-11, 192-pound junior who finished third on the team with 63 tackles with two picks and a whopping 17 broken up passes. He came from out of nowhere to be the team’s best corner two years ago and now he’s a lockdown all-star with great range, quickness and hitting ability. He might not necessarily be an elite next-level talent, he'll play in The League, but he’s purely a good football player. 


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Mirror Lake Jump's picture

Hopefully his year isn't affected by his legal troubles. He was an absolute monster last year. 

BSTP DeCon's picture

So I take it the fact that Purifoy had forced 3 fumbles, he is ranked preseason the best corner in America?? Dude had less tackles, less passes broken up, and didn't have a single interception... Thank God it's only preseason talk, hopefully Roby has a year like last year at the least again!

slippy's picture

Not to defend the list, but a lot of time corner stats are deceiving.  A corner who lets a WR catch everything in front of him will have more tackles.  A true lockdown corner will not get balls thrown his way so he won't have many passes defended or interceptions.

RBuck's picture

Show us three better corners.

 
Can't do it.

"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)

Kvs66's picture

These ratings mean nothing. He will have whatever is left of his season to prove himself.  The NFL draft will determine the 2 all-American CB's, not talking heads.

kvs

1967Buck's picture

  Naw, There is none. Roby will show he can do it again this year. Go Bucks

MN Buckeye's picture

While we may argue, as we should, about these rankings, I am glad that we have several top players mentioned regularly, further raising the profile of the program.

bucknut24's picture

I'm sure they can try to hype up 3 better corners in football, but there are none better than Roby!

Toilrt Paper's picture

Has to get on the field

Citrus's picture

Just me or is that last sentence difficult to understand?

Haybucks's picture

Only the 1st sentence makes sense.  The rest was written from what he remembered his mom said in her sleep.

The time to stop talking is when the other person nods his head affirmatively, but says nothing. - Henry S. Haskins