I see the same things in that video that I do in all the others. Watch the first interception he makes: he doesn't explode out of his break, and when he goes to change direction and run upfield he almost falls flat on his face. Top 10 corners need to have more length and fluid athletic ability. Haden is a late 1st guy.
BTW you don't think Dez Bryant is an option?
He only got driven back a few times. This is again a true statement, based on the 2 clips I watched prior to making that post.
The 2 are not mutually exclusive. I wasn't off on my Suh assessment. I've seen plenty of him this year prior to this discussion. I watched a couple of clips again because you posted them and just to be sure.
Suh does make many more plays against the run, but I don't see him drive back the G/C and force the RB to cutback or take a loss very often. He's not gonna be pulling linemen to the side in the NFL like he did in college. He's gonna have to transition from being a catalyst and tackle-maker to being a support player. McCoy has Tommie Harris/Kevin Williams ability in that he does his job most of the game AND makes a few key plays off individual effort.
But I have to reinforce that I'm not disputing the plays that are being made by either player, I'm arguing about the athletic ability of each player. Suh did a solid job of driving back linemen his Sr. year (albeit nothing special for "the greatest DT prospect in 10-15 years"), but I don't see the explosive power from his lower body that's necessary to anchor as an interior lineman.
Again, I'm projecting him to the next level. I may be wrong in the end, or I may end up right. I know exactly what kind of player Suh is, but the question is how well that player will translate to the pros.