According to Charles Davis of FOX Sports, Washington CB Kevin King will visit the Cleveland Browns this week as one of the team’s 30 prospects they host in Berea:
King is projected to be a 2nd round draft pick by Dane Bruglar of CBS Sports. He actually began his college career at safety before moving to cornerback later on. Bruglar explains how his length stands out, but he doesn’t have a lot of strength:
His thin-boned, slight frame immediately stands out, but so does his exception height and length for the position, valuable inches that gives him an advantage at the catch point. While his lack of play strength does show in coverage and vs. the run, King has the light athleticism, ball skills and budding route anticipation to become a NFL starter, especially in a press-heavy scheme or for a team who values length at the position – borderline top-40 draft selection.