You need to know about Corey Felton Jr., he is an UDFA looking to get an opportunity in an NFL training camp. All of his measurables are on point and in the right scheme with NFL coaching he will develop into an NFL defensive back.
Corey Felton Jr.
2016 NFL Draft Prospect
Cornerback / Safety
Nicknamed “Jackrabbit” for his blazing speed, with a 4.29 40-yd dash time. Did not start playing football until his senior year of high school and did not receive any scholarship offers. Highly determined to play college football, persevered to play his junior and senior seasons at Virginia University of Lynchburg. Versatility to play all over the defensive backfield and on special teams. All the physical tools are there and with proper coaching Felton will work on his craft and develop into an NFL cornerback. Compared by an NFL Scout to Chicago Bears’ Cornerback Tim Jennings. Invited to Dream Bowl & Globe Bowl but was unable to attend.
Height: 5 feet 8.5 inches
Weight: 178 pounds
DOB: August 27, 1989
Measurables (2016 Spring Camp)
Vertical Jump: 36 inches
Broad Jump: 10 feet 1 inches
Squat: 365 lbs.
Incline Bench Press: 245 lbs.
Bench Press Max: 315 lbs.
Bench Press (225 lbs.): 20 reps
Media Coverage of Corey Felton Jr.
2016 NFL Regional Combine: CB Drills
Broad Jump (10″ 6′)
40 Yd Dash (4.34 seconds) Timecode
Highlight Reel (VUL CB #38)
Bench Press (225 lbs: 16 reps)
Bubble Screen: Tackling Technique
40-Yd Dash (4.34 Seconds)
Magazine, Print and Website Coverage:
NFL Draft Blitz Interview (Mar 22, 2016)
NFL Draft Diamonds Interview (2016 Draft)
2016 NFL Regional Combine: Defensive Backs Analysis
Yahoo Photo from 2016 NFL Regional Combine
4.36 40 Yard Dash
LockerRoom Update Interview (April 12, 2016)
Pick6 Magazine Interview (April 11, 2016)
Locker Report NFC South Needs
Athletes Shine Interview