Originally Posted by gpngc
I think this analysis is pretty good.
He looks to me like someone a good QB will pick on and I'm not sure about his ability to cover TEs. Because of this I don't think he'll go as high as his pure talent would leave you to believe.
He can only play SS and that's not a good trait for an NFL S.
Are you talking about Shawn Williams or Bacarri Rambo? If Rambo can only play one safety position, its FS, not SS. He's made his reputation as a center fielder, and that's what he'll be drafted upon. He's always been the one who plays deep for Georgia's defense, while Williams lines up near the box.
As for me, I'll just quote what I posted earlier on the topic;
Originally Posted by Cigaro
Both had more hype coming into their senior season than their actual play justified. I chose Rambo ultimately because of his great junior year and the fact he really stepped up his game at the end of the season, whereas Williams struggled. Both could easily become starters with the right development.
In addition, apparently Rambo had a pretty good Senior Bowl.