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Getty At the NFL trade deadline, the Eagles acquired former LSU cornerback Kary Vincent.
The Philadelphia Eagles entered the NFL trade deadline as sellers, but emerged with an interesting potential. In exchange for a 2022 sixth-round selection, the club acquired cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. from the Denver Broncos.
Tom Peliserro of NFL Network was the first to disclose the transaction, which occurred just before the 4 p.m. deadline on November 2. Vincent, a seventh-round pick out of LSU, made the Broncos’ 53-man roster by a hair. Vincent, a two-sport athlete at LSU (football and track and field), exploited his superior speed to get into the squad. At his formal pro day, he ran a blistering 4.33 seconds in the 40-yard sprint.
According to the Beaumont Enterprise, Denver coach Vic Fangio observed of Vincent, “This kid is incredibly gifted, and he was falling.” “He’s a lightning quick runner.” He’s a track athlete. He was dropping a little bit due to injuries, but he can play nickel and has also played safety. I believe he has the potential to be a great player if we can get him fit and ready to play professionally.”
For the Bayou Tigers, the 5-foot-10, 185-pounder — average stature for a pro cornerback – appeared in 39 games (19 starts). In 2019, he started as the nickel corner for LSU’s national championship squad. Vincent had 87 tackles, six interceptions, and 18 pass breakups in his undergraduate career while also sprinting for LSU’s nationally rated track squad. Due to COVID-19 issues, he opted out of the 2020 season.
#LSU DB Kary Vincent Jr.
– Lightning fast feet/fluid hips – Good ball skills – Quick transitioning ability – Reactive athleticism – Closing/Recovery speed #NFLDraft #GeauxTigers pic.twitter.com/L9lQyQWQi1 – Safety/Slot Versatility – Mirror and Match Ability – COD/Body Control/Agility
October 23, 2020 — Ryder McConville (@RyderM25)
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Denzel Ward or Tyrann Mathieu, according to the scouting report
When Vincent graduated from college, he received a lot of attention. He was compared favorably to Denzel Ward (Cleveland Browns) and Tyrann Mathieu (New Orleans Saints) by Bleacher Report (Kansas City Chiefs). To a lesser extent, the latter. Because of his “Swiss Army Knife” hybrid talents as a safety and corner, they rated him as a second-rounder with starting potential.
Kary Vincent Jr., a cornerback out of LSU, is drafted by the Broncos.
Vincent Jr was ranked as the 149th greatest player on PFF’s big board and the 24th best cornerback. twitter.com/eqduyiCyiI
May 1, 2021 — PFF DEN Broncos (@PFF Broncos)
According to Bleacher Report, “Vincent is a tremendously athletic player with excellent ball skills.” “A versatile player with an enterprising approach to play. He makes up for his lack of stature with incredible patience and timing with the ball in the air.”
Lance Zeirlein of NFL Media ranked him fourth in the draft and offered the following scouting report:
Average-sized slot corner with remarkable speed and agility. Given his workout potential, he might see his draft status climb. Vincent possesses the hips, feet, and speed to keep tight with routes as a pro, but only if his pattern awareness and covering technique improve significantly.
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Vincent Failed Miserably in the NFL Draft
Aside from minor size issues, Vincent’s 2020 opt-out year was the major reason he slid to the 2021 NFL draft. When the COVID-19 epidemic struck, he was a raw athlete — a 4100 meter relay sprinter who was still learning how to play cornerback. He missed out on a full year of improving his coverage abilities, which hurt his draft status.
#Broncos Kary Vincent Jr is out walking about during practice. It’s possible he’s no longer in the COVID-19 procedure. You’re a good child. This is a true burner. Because of his adaptability, he has a shot to stay. #Denver7
July 31, 2021 — Troy Renck (@TroyRenck)
Vincent dropped from a potential second-round choice to the 237th overall pick. On draft day, the mature 22-year-old stated his choice to Denver media.
“At the time, I honestly didn’t believe we’d have a season,” Vincent told the Broncos’ official website. “I caught it myself, and I became sick twice.” They tested me twice and had no idea what was going on. That was the reason I wasn’t able to play this year.”
All of your arguments are valid. It’s still a little strange that the Eagles would spend a 2022 sixth-round pick for a 2021 seventh-round pick. In any case, he joins Mac McCain, Tay Gowan, and Zech McPhearson in Philadelphia’s secondary, which is incredibly young and developing.
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