Jim Leonhard
S | (5'8", 191, 4.5) | Wisconsin

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Overall: A former walk-on, Leonhard has been one of the nation's top playmakers at the safety position since his sophomore season in 2002. He led the nation with a Big 10 record-tying 11 interceptions in 2002. As a junior in 2003, he finished with 98 total tackles (tied for team best), four TFL, one sack, a team-high seven INT's, and five PBU. As a senior in 2004, Leonhard finished second on the team with 72 tackles and had three INT's and 10 PBU. Leonhard is clearly a much better football player than athlete and he lacks the ideal size of an NFL safety. While Leonhard has almost no chance of developing into a starting free safety in the NFL, he still is worth taking a chance on late in the 2005 draft. He should develop into a solid contributor on special teams  covering kicks and possibly returning kicks  ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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