Really, I don't see it that way, and I'll compare him to Antoine Cason for this example: Let's compare their career stats. Remember, one of the two was playing against the Pac-10, while the other was playing against some very average (at best) college football teams: Cason (6' 190lbs): 46 GP (46 starts), 253 TT's,14 TFL, 1 Sack, 6 FF's, 32 PBU's, and 15 INT's. DRC (6'1" 184lbs): 44 GP (44 Starts), 158 TT's, 8 TFL, 25 PBU's,11 INT's Alright, now let's compare some of their other numbers and statistics: From NFL Draft Scout: 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." As you can see, Cason was more dominate, and against a much higher level of competition. So, I think we can bury the "DRC dominated lower level comp" argument.