Isn't real compact in his drop at this stage, has a tendency to bail out of his backpedal prematurely, doesn't sit into it real well and is a better athlete than a technically sound corner. However, he showcases good fluidity in the hips, possesses a good first step as a straight-line athlete and above-average tracking speed down the field.
Does a nice job quickly getting his head around to find the football and looks really coordinated when asked to make a play on the pass. Doesn't get grabby, trusts himself one-on-one and confidently will make a play. Gets a bit high when asked to transition and it will take him a bit to get back up to full speed, allowing receivers to initially get behind him.
Also, displays some toughness as a tackler. Doesn't take the most consistent of angles at times, but is also willing to stick his head in and wrap on the play. Brings his legs well through contact and isn't afraid to throw his body around.
Impression: An undersized, slot only corner, but runs well, has good ball skills and can track the throw. Needs to tighten up his footwork and technique in man principles, but has a chance to play as a sub-package defensive back in the NFL."
Positive: Small yet tough cornerback with adequate ball skills. Fluid and quick peddling in reverse, smooth turning his hips in transition, and displays a good burst to the throw. Plays with good awareness, has a physical nature and works hard to get involved in the action. Voluntarily defends the run. Has good hands.
Negative: Undersized and looks overmatched at the line of scrimmage. Get out-positioned by smaller opponents.
Analysis: Gaitor was productive at FIU throughout his career and is a tough defender who does not back down from challenges. He lacks great physical skills for the next level but has the style to play in dime packages at the next level."
Negatives: Is a little undersized for the corner position, about an inch shorter than average, could stand to add a little bulk to his frame... Not a natural man-to-man defender, looks uncomfortable playing off-man coverage, opens up too soon and can lose his receiver fairly easily... Recovery speed is not great, can get beat deep too easily... Gives up too much cushion at the break, route recognition skills are below-average... Looks a little stiff in the hips, gets way too high in the backpedal, needs to work on man coverage technique."
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