He has adequate speed but often trails behind speed demons on deep routes. He makes up for it with his length but this is a moderate concern.
Diggs is able to utilize his length and upper body strength to out-muscle weaker WRs and stay with physical players.
Diggs has fluid motion when he is in coverage but needs to do a better job moving his hips.
Struggles immensely to recover in coverage when burnt. This is why he often trails behind receivers.
Usually, a disciplined cornerback who plays his assignment well.
Needs to refine his tackling form and technique because he struggles to tackle running backs in run support. He also struggles to bring down receivers after the catch.
Diggs is able to stay with most receivers due to his physical nature.
He is an opportunistic cornerback who can jump on passes and force turnovers when the opportunity presents itself.
Diggs is a very aggressive cornerback who can force a turnover when necessary.
Broke his foot in 2018.
He has great competitiveness, aggressiveness, discipline and coverage skills.
Trevon Diggs is a long-armed cornerback who can bully opposing wide receivers with his press coverage. Throughout games, Diggs is able to out-muscle weaker wide receivers and hold his own against more physical wideouts. Additionally, he is able to swat passes away, especially in jump ball situations. As a result, he plays well in man coverage and regularly shuts down his opponent.
Diggs is also an aggressive zone coverage cornerback who knows when to jump on a ball and force an interception. His aggressive, ball-hawking nature will be especially desired by defensive coordinators. On any given play, Trevon Diggs is a firery competitor who can create turnovers.
When Diggs fails to bully receivers with his wingspan, he gets burnt and burnt badly. He has good second gear, but it's not enough to stay with speed demons. Moreover, he also struggles to locate the ball when he trying to recover in coverage. This will be one of his biggest weaknesses in the NFL and smart offensive coordinators will look to exploit this issue to force pass interferences.
He also struggles immensely in run support because of his poor tackling technique. His inability to bring down running backs is very apparent, and he should bulk up in the weight room to improve this weakness. Although he also fails to bring down receivers after the catch.
Diggs will most likely be a first-round pick in this year's draft. His versatility in both man and zone coverage will make him a future contributor for NFL defenses. Similar to most Alabama defenders, he has the discipline and confidence necessary to excel at the next level. He still needs to refine his tackling and ball skills but his ability to create turnovers will more than makeup for this.
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