|Jonathan Meeks NFL scouting report|
|by TigerNet Staff - Saturday, October 27, 2012 9:34 AM||
Meeks is a solid safety prospect who got his first two interceptions of the season in week seven, but has been a solid tackler all year and has proven over the last couple of years that he is a reliable playmaker in the defensive backfield. He has a good combination of size and speed and when he gets to the NFL level, he will likely start out contributing as a key special teams player but I think he can develop into a solid rotational safety. His breakaway speed after the interception was evident when he picked off Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas and sprinted to the end zone for the first touchdown of his career. He should be available in the middle-late rounds and I think he is a really solid value pickup.
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