A nice feature on nfldraftscout.com is that most DBs have some nice stats posted....in this case, they post the % of passes compeleted targeted at a given DB.... THE BEST: Terrell Thomas Had 57 passes targeted into his area, holding the opposition to seventeen catches for 149 yards (8.76 yards per catch) and one touchdownâ€¦Only 29.82% of those throws were caught and he allowed just 2.61 yards per pass attempt. Antoine Cason "Of the 73 passes targeted to his area, the opposition caught 23 (32%) for 258 yards (11.2 avg), two touchdowns and twelve first downs: 3.53 yards per pass attempt" DRC Of the sixty passes targeted into his area, he held the opposition to 22 receptions (37%) for 262 yards (11.91 avg per completion), three touchdowns and an average of 4.37 yards per pass attempt. Flowers The opposition managed to complete just 25% of the passes targeted into Flowers' area (19-of-76) for 198 yards and no touchdowns, as his opponents averaged 10.42 yards per pass completion and 2.61 yards per pass attempt. Chevis Jackson Had 82 passes targeted into his area, as the opposition caught just 21 balls for 230 yards (10.95 yards per completion/2.8 yards per attempt) and three touchdowns, as opposing quarterbacks completed just 25.61% of those tosses. THE REST: Trae Williams: Of the 66 passes targeted into his area, 30 were caught (45.45%) for 519 yards (17.3 avg), as he prevented the opponent from getting to 19 other throws and defended 17 passes, as the opposition registered 7.86 yards per pass attemptâ€¦His six interceptions tied him for 18th in the nation. Mike Jenkins Had 68 passes targeted into his area, as the opposition caught 28 of those throws (41.18%) for 348 yards (12.43 avg) and three touchdowns. 5.12 yds per attempt Leodis McKelvin 70 passes targeted, 34 complete (49%) for 407 yards. 5.81 yds per attempt Charles Godfrey "His main pass coverage assignment caught a total of fifteen passes for 117 yards (7.8 avg) vs. Godfrey, who saw a total of 40 balls caught in his area for 298 yards (7.45 avg)" Tracy Porter The secondary ranked 81st in the nation in pass defense, allowing 243.69 yards per game, as the opposition caught 53 of 91 passes (58.24%) targeted into Porter's territory, good for 679 yards (12.81-yard average per completion/7.46-yard average per attempt) and five touchdowns Feel free to add on any other CBs, I will post more as I have time to look them up. Impressive numbers for Jackson, Flowers, Thomas and Cason. I'll pull a Bob Ryan and ask "what's the fascination with [Leodis McKelvin]"?