Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 2016 draft class: Analysis, grades, best picks, highlights

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Scouts Inc. on 2016 class

1 (11): Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida | Highlights

What he brings: Hargreaves is an undersized cornerback who is one of the most instinctive and natural man coverage cornerbacks in this class. He shows smooth and balanced movement skills to mirror receivers, and he displays excellent anticipation and ball awareness. On the flip side, he lacks ideal measurables and doesn't have elite top-end speed, which brings up some concerns about his downfield range against elite receivers at the next level. Overall, he has the football intelligence, the movement skills and the willingness in run support to develop into a quality starting cornerback outside the hashes or become one of the better nickelbacks in the NFL.

How he fits: First-year defensive coordinator Mike Smith's heavy zone scheme is a good fit for Hargreaves. This scheme will allow him to minimize the downfield range concerns and allow him to line up outside the hashes, while also letting him maximize his playmaking anticipation and ball skills to manufacture turnovers. Hargreaves provides the versatility to bump inside to the slot where he could ultimately end up and be most effective as a player. -- Kevin Weidl