Is at his best in coverage when asked to play up near the line and get his hands on receivers. Has good press patience, doesn't get overextended lunging into wideouts and showcases good technique getting his hands on the target. Is really tough to disengage from off the line once he gets his hands on you and does a nice job re-routing initially and staying on his man through the play.
However, will get a bit upright which causes him to get crossed up with his footwork when asked to quickly mirror off the line or initially down the field, allowing receivers to cleanly separate and get down the field. Has a good feel for the pass game and does a nice job identifying routes, especially in zone coverage.
But if he can't get his hands on receivers in man, he will struggle to maintain his footing in man coverage. Possesses decent fluidity when asked to turn and run in off, but if he's asked to play from behind he lacks the balance and burst to make up for a false step on any area of the field.
Impression: Possesses a long, good-looking frame and has some talent as a press man and in zone. However, he gets leggy at times, will lose balance and can't play in a trail technique from behind. Will get a shot in an NFL camp, but doesn't look like much more than a late round/free agent type who can fill out a low-end roster spot playing special teams."
Weaknesses: Lacks the balance on double moves. Doesn't have the speed to recover. Just adequate closing burst on routes.
A big question heading into 2010 was the two new starting corners. It was possible that Mountain West opponents could find the chink in the TCU armor. Yet, as has been the case time and time again, Texas Christian University had players who were more than capable of filling the void. Teague was one of those players. In a memorable season for TCU, Teague tallied 37 tackles and two interceptions. He also led the team with seven passes defended and nine pass breakups. Nobody ever found the weakness in TCU's defense, since Teague stepped up his game and made it so there was no weakness to be found.
Teague could turn some heads in the pre-draft workouts. He is a quick, smart player and has more size than some other corners in this class. He is also a big hitter and capable of moving over to free safety if he needs to do so. Right now Teague is likely a fifth or sixth round selection, but do not be surprised if his stock rises between now and draft time."
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