Antwaun Rogers
CB | (6'0", 168, 4.53) | Purdue

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Overall: Rogers was a four year starter who showed great durability prior to his senior season in 2004, when he missed six games due to a knee injury. He started all 13 games as a junior in 2003 (61 total tackles, one INT and eight PBU) but played in just six games as a senior in 2004 (36 tackles, one INT and four PBU) because of a knee injury. Rogers will slip to the final couple of rounds due to his lacking measurables and durability concerns. And, in all reality, his upside is very limited. However, he could make a small impact in the NFL if he can get bigger and stronger and stay healthy. Rogers is tall and lean with adequate speed. He has terrific experience, savvy and technique. He doesn't give up a lot of big plays and he could fit well as a sub-package cornerback in a ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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