Curtis Marsh is certainly very raw: He's only played Corner for two years.
And that shows in his footwork, and his technique in general.
But the kid brings an outstanding fusion of Size + Speed to the table, and while his Verticity ~ Turn + Burn Acuity ~ is not what you want, at this stage, his Fluidity is excellent, and it's my thinking that, with good coaching and time, he will develop exceptional Verticity, that being the most vital skill of any Corner Back.
Better yet, he displays tremendous Instincts for a Corner of his brief experience. One can only imagine that those are only going to get much sharper, as he continues his rapid ascent.
All Draft Picks are gambles, and projecting a player with only two years of experience at the position is speculative, indeed. But when you put together perfect Size, blazing Speed, rapidly improving Instincts, and exceptional Fluidity, I believe that Curtis Marsh ~ who already made it happen in Real Time against the likes of Titus Young and many others ~ offers explosive upside. This is a potential #1 Corner, and he's projected for the Mid Rounds.
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