The Pats like corners that have outstanding ball skills, above average quickness, good tacklers, and good in zone coverage. (Intelligent, instincts, good character, and dedicated to football are givens regardless of position.) 1.) Mike Jenkins - best working in press coverage, with his back to the QB. When in zone coverage he tends to wait for the play to come to him. Not the most physical tackler but adequate. Patriot fit level 3 of 5. 2.) Antione Cason - works well in zone coverage. Can break up passes by breaking well on the ball; could be a little quicker-twitched. Good at keeping the play in front of him. Forced five fumbles last season in run support, but could be more physical in that area. Adds excellent return abilities. Patriot fit level 4.5 out of 5. 3.) DRC - physically dominated small school competition and subsequently developed a lot of bad habits that NFL receivers will exploit. Very large and athletic CB, but has decent quick twitch. Had quite a few holding and pass interference penalties last sason,mostly due peeking in he backfield and biting on play action fakes. Not ready or smart enough to start for the Pats next season. Patriot fit level 3.5 out of 5. 4.) Leodis McKelvin - Does not have a lot of starting experience. Not as good in zone coverage as he is in man coverage. Not the best ball skills. Adds excellent return abilities. Patriot fit 3 out of 5. 5.) Aqb Talib - Excellent in zone coverage. Above average ball skills. Struggles in man coverage, gave up big plays in man coverage including a long touchdown to WR Nelson of Kansas State. Good in run support. Not the fastest CB in the draft. Patriot fit 3.5 out of 5. I see Cason as being the best fit for the Patriots. I also see 3 other CB's that could also work as good fits for the Pats, Smith of Oklahoma, Jackson of LSU and Tribble of BC (outstanding in zone coverage).