I wanted to compile a list of the top prospects in the defensive secondary such as corner-backs and safeties in the 2011 NFL Draft. Since this is clearly a big need for the Texans, I would like to post my thoughts and YouTube highlights on each specific player. Please feel free to post your thoughts, comments, or videos in this thread. The list is in no particular order... Cornerbacks 1.) Prince Amukamara (Nebraska) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leX0rYpk9wc VS. Texas 2009 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVeWn3bwWTg&feature=related VS. Justin Blackmon (Oklahoma St.) My comments are based on his performance VS. Texas in 2009 as well as against Justin Blackmon. He does a good job of sticking to his man and keeping his eyes on the ball. Prince can also lay the wood and tackle but at times he hits to high or just launches himself at the fee of the opposing player. Against Blackmon, he was schooled. He kept getting beat on the outside and would push him which would lead to a pass interference penalty. I also noticed that he had a tough time shedding his blocker and getting to the running back, not sure if holding was an issue. 2.) Patrick Peterson (LSU) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BngI6yAtTLE&feature=related VS. Bama' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0UUoYorh2Q&feature=related VS. Bama and Others http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGCmFWVPg30&feature=related VS. Mississippi St. Patrick Peterson is the second coming of former Michigan great and current Packers corner-back Charles Woodson. He is tall (6'1") and has the size of a safety (220-Lbs). He is a true shut-down corner who can get in position and make an interception. From what I have seen, he has good closing speed and seldom looses his footing when the receiver plants his feet and comes back. He can hit well and is a better tackler than Prince Amukamara IMO. Another plus is that he is dangerous in the return game and has electrifying speed which allows him to stay with smaller, speedy receivers without getting burned.