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Las Vegas Raiders NFL Draft Prospect: Josh Jobe, Alabama

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In 2020, the Alabama Crimson Tide’s Josh Jobe earned a starting role alongside Patrick Surtain II and broke out.

The all-around cornerback held the reins of the secondary at Tuscaloosa and now finds himself next in line of Alabama cornerbacks to be drafted in the early rounds of the NFL Draft.

“Physical corner with length. Jobe has good spatial awareness at the backend, filling areas vacated by teammates that are put in conflict by the offense. Communicates to pass off routes and get his side of the secondary lined up. Fast enough to carry verticals down the sideline. When he triggers, he gets downhill quickly, displaying straight-line burst. Makes an attempt to find the ball in the air when he has favorable positioning and can afford it, if not he plays the hands. Length allows him to contest the catch point. Jobe contributes willingly in the run game, getting off blocks and tackling ball carriers reliably,” NFL Draft Bible noted.

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