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2018 NFL Draft Prospect Profiles: The Cornerbacks

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Scouting reports from around SB Nation on some of the cornerback prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft.

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While the voting in the 2018 NFL Mock Draft may have gone slightly off the rails, it doesn’t change the Arizona Cardinals needs.

They need help at the cornerback position. They could be in luck, as this draft class isn’t top heavy, but the talent from 15-97 may not be that different.

Here are some great prospect profiles on the corners, outside of Denzel Ward, who could be available when the Cardinals pick.

Jeremy Reaves, DB, South Alabama
Is A Versatile DB That Has A Nose For The Football & Starter Potential For The Redskins - Hogs Haven

Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama
Fitzpatrick’s skillset will add a dynamic and versatile defender to any secondary. - Hogs Haven

Holton Hill, CB, Texas
Has The Measurables Teams Covet. Can He Develop Into A Starter? - Hogs Haven

Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
A Student Of The Game Who Has The Talent To Grow Into A Starter - Hogs Haven

2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
Could Iowa’s Joshua Jackson help fill out the secondary? - Big Blue View

2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
Carlton Davis is a top level athlete, could he be a top shelf NFL CB? - Big Blue View

2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Mike Hughes, CB, Central Florida
Could Hughes fill out the Cardinals' secondary? Big Blue View