3rd round, pick 83: Cam Sutton CB/FS/KR
It should be no secret that this is the target in the 3rd round. Sutton is the prototype cornerback for Jon Robinson and the Tennessee Titans in this draft. In fact, there is almost no way they won’t draft him based on this formula.
Well, that is if he is even around at this point in the draft. There are many reasons that he should be gone at the end of the second round.
Cam Sutton is one of the best cornerbacks in this draft from a lot of views. He has a ton of experience against some of the SEC’s best receivers, he was highly productive, a team leader, a star return man, etc.
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If I was picking a place for Sutton to play from Day 1 I would put him at outside cornerback along with either LeShaun Sims or Jason McCourty, let me explain.
The way that Logan Ryan is such a chess piece is that he allows limited cornerbacks to come in and play on the outside of the defense while he can kick inside and play in the slot.
So, that would mean that while the starters would probably be Logan Ryan and Jason McCourty in a two cornerback defense, as soon as the Tennessee Titans brought in Cam Sutton, Ryan would kick inside to the slot.
At the Senior Bowl Sutton filled in to play some free safety when some other players went down and drew nice reviews. This is another reason that the Tennessee Titans could draft him.
Imagine, you could have Logan Ryan, Jason McCourty, Cam Sutton, Kevin Byard, and Johnathan Cyprien and could have a ton of different personnel groupings to use.