The 2017 NFL Draft is coming at us quickly. The yearly extravaganza will take place in Philadelphia from Thursday, April 27 to Saturday, April 29 this year.
Over the span of three days, a whole host of former college football stars will find new homes where they will hopefully impress during the offseason and make a living playing on Sundays.
Rasul Douglas of West Virginia is going to be another cornerback that is taken at the bottom end of the first or the top of the second round. He was an All-Big 12 choice last season and he is well regarded for his ball skills and playmaking ability. His height and long arms make him ideally suited to play both zone and press coverage in the NFL.