Matt Williamson from Scouts Inc. breaks down the top five emerging safeties in the NFL. Eric Berry of the Kansas City Chiefs tops the list.
Seth Wickersham examines the rise of athletic strong-safeties, who are changing the way NFL defenses are aligned.
An LSU safety is starting to live up to expectations, a Stanford RB on the rise, another unheralded QB from Ohio, a Bama corner inching up the draft boards, a pair of big receiving targets bust out, plus more stock notes from Mel Kiper.
The Patriots shouldn't look past the Redskins, because their stellar secondary can contain Brady and keep the game close, writes Doug Kretz.
Under pressure to run well after getting beat by Ted Ginn Jr. during the season, CB Leon Hall came up big on Tuesday, writes Todd McShay.
The defensive back position is loaded with playmakers and hard hitters in 2006, writes Todd McShay.