Nov 12, 2011; Fort Collins, CO, USA; San Diego State Aztecs cornerback Leon McFadden (2) breaks up a pass intended for Colorado State Rams wide receiver Thomas Coffman (2) during the fourth quarter at Hughes Stadium. The Aztecs beat the Rams 18-15. Mandatory Credit: Troy Babbitt-USA TODAY Sports
Leon McFadden–San Diego St.(5’10, 190 pounds)
McFadden may not jump out as a familiar name but that could change come draft time. He is fluid with his hips and is not shy about going up against any receiver.
The only thing that might concern some teams is his height at under 6 ft. But like with Robert Alford of S.L.U., McFadden makes up for that in being able to close in on receivers even with having 4.50 speed.
McFadden finished his college career with a whopping 188 tackles, 37 passes broken up and 8 interceptions. Most analysts have him as a fourth round pick and could prove to be a nice one if still there for the Black and Gold.