I was saying that as a Perimeter CB, he may be shorter but he is not small. Heís a bag a Fritoís under 200#. A better comparison is Revis coming out of college.
Shields was a little faster but not quicker or as agile as Alexander.
I think Alexander can play Perimeter and will at timeís but in the slot and rushing from the slot he can be a weapon.
Jackson is more a Perimeter CB. But he is no slouch in quickness or agility. He doesnít have Alexanderís long speed but I donít look at him as slow either. He will take a little longer to get up to speed with less experience but both have everything you look for in CBís.
What is the most impressive thing with Alexander is he is well versed in press, man and zone.
I was not that high on Jackson at 14 but at 45 a steal. I really like the draft overall, but how the top three fit the defense is a very good thing.