Summary: Peters has prototypical size and the production many teams covet from a young cornerback, but questions about character, deep speed and technique may also come into play. Impressively, Peters allowed just 38.1% of the passes against him to be completed and tallied 24 passes defensed and eight interceptions during the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
Stacking up: NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks has Peters rated as the top CB in this class, while partners Charles Davis and Mike Mayock have him ranked third. Daniel Jeremiah has Peters slotted as the 31st overall player on his board.
Quote of note: "Peters is the most talented cover corner in the class, but his lack of speed and explosiveness could allow others to supplant him from the No.1 spot on draft day." – Bucky Brooks
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