DB Myles Dorn
One of the more known safeties by NFL draft analysts everywhere, Myles Dorn is as instinctual as they come at the safety position. Having played snaps both in the box and as a deep safety, Dorn showed versatility and reliability on the back end for the North Carolina Tar Heels. What stands out most on tape is the rarity with which he’s out of position. Much like Brunson, Dorn has the intelligence to attack offenses and limit their production. And at 6’2”, 205 pounds, he has the body type to match up with any offensive weapon and plays the run as expected.
Unfortunately for Dorn, he was snubbed for the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine, which may be attributed to his lack of interceptions and passes defended, though that isn’t always an indicator of a defensive back’s lack of production. Even if he isn’t the most physically impressive prospect, Dorn’s intangibles should’ve earned him a spot in Indy.
CB Parnell Motley
Parnell Motley of the Oklahoma Sooners is a name most NFL draft analysts know as well. After finishing first-team All-Big 12 this past season, and completing a college career with 33 pass breakups, many could see Motley having the eye of NFL teams. But instead, he was snubbed.
With 42 career games played with 34 games started, Motley has the resume to earn a chance at the biggest interview in the NFL Draft process. He’s shown up several times in key spots, including a forced fumble and a couple of pass breakups against the eventual national champions LSU. He deserved a chance at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. Even he knows that.