2021 NFL Draft: You can depend on Robert Rochell to make big plays

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2021 NFL Draft prospect CB Robert Rochell (Photo by Darryl Oumi/Getty Images)

2021 NFL Draft prospect Robert Rochell straps on the pads tonight

In Week 0’s lone game, Central Arkansas cornerback Robert Rochell is going to show scouts that he has the skills to succeed in the NFL. He is entering his last year of eligibility, and is looking to boost his 2021 NFL Draft stock as his 2020 season gets underway.

Ladies and gentlemen, college football is back! It’s been a long seven months of waiting, but it’s officially here. Even if there is only one game this year during Week 0, we get to watch live football once again. Saturday night we will be treated to the FCS matchup of Austin Peay vs. Central Arkansas.

In terms of NFL prospects, this meeting isn’t the most exciting. However, there is still one name that scouts and casual viewers should pay attention to. Central Arkansas cornerback Robert Rochell is a true talent that is hidden in D1’s subdivision.

Rochell totalled 44 tackles, five interceptions, and an astounding 18 defended passes for the Bears in 2019. As a result, he was named a first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCS) and first-team All-Southland Conference Selection.

Now let’s begin to break down the young star’s game.

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