With the 115th pick of the 2012 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans picked CB Coty Sensabaugh out of Clemson. Sensabaugh ran a 4.3 40-yard dash at the combine and addresses another area of need for the Tennessee Titans. Immediate reaction makes the pick look like a reach, as many gave him a 6th to 7th round grade.
Sensabaugh has seen his value rise in the past season since becoming a starter for Clemson. He is the cousin of Cowboys starting safety Gerald Sensabaugh. He displayed good athletic ability and has value as a sixth-round pick.
Sensabaugh is an athletic corner who was a late boomer. He displayed the ability to cover top prospects in his senior year and is savvy around the ball. He is smooth when transitioning and can flip his hips well. Sensabaugh is better at man than zone, and he has shown the tackling ability to contribute on special teams.
Sensabaugh has not started many games, and some scouts see him benefiting from his cousin’s rise with the Cowboys. He is an athletic mover but will need to develop his technique at the next level.