Without a doubt, the most talked about cornerback in the 2016 NFL Draft is Florida State’s Jalen Ramsey. The first freshman to start at DB at FSU since the legendary Deion Sanders amplified the buzz surrounding him when he ran a 4.41 40-Yard Dash at the NFL Combine. And his 209-pound frame gives him the ability to match wide receivers with his physicality as well as his speed.
Today is Florida State’s Pro Day, and Ramsey wasted no time showing scouts what they can expect when he puts on an NFL uniform, especially when it comes to his leaping ability. Standing just 6-foot-1, Ramsey propelled himself into the air in a corner of the end zone to snag the football in what is referred to as the “High Point Drill,” in which a corner is instructed to catch the ball at the highest point possible.
Ramsey went up and got that one.