Brandon Stephens, CB

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Arriving at SMU back in 2019, Stephens put together solid tape quietly. He has really good size and has a tall presence on the field. Stephens is long and utilizes his length to break up passes. He flashed the ability to track the ball downfield. In coverage, Stephens does a good job of mirroring wideouts and staying in their hip pocket. There were a lot of times where the receiver Stephens was covering was the quarterback's first read, but he had to go elsewhere because of Stephens' sticky coverage. Speed and twitchiness will be Stephens' concerns in transitioning to the next level. He did...Preview Analysis provided byNFL Draft Bible on SI