I posted this in the main forum as well, but thought it might interest more of the draftniks in this forum. Okay, I can finally chime in on Tavon Wilson. I have a college friend who now works for an NFC team.(He asked not to name the team) He is low on the totum pole but basically he is an assistant to the midwest regional scout for this team. He did a lot of tape cut up for scouting reports and was involved in putting together the reports on players from the scouts. We both love the draft and he is following his dream to become a full time scout. I was finally able to get a hold of him (took a vacation after the draft) and ask him what he could tell me about what they had on Tavon Wilson. He laughed and knew right when that pick was made that I would be calling him about the pick, so he looked back at the notes he had worked on about him Here is what he felt comfortable telling me. Some of the notes they had on him was that he was versatile and underrated. Solid tackler, they liked him better at safety than corner, but liked him as a blitzer as well. Has good backpedal and footwork. Needs to locate ball better(that is why they liked him at safety more) Extremely coachable and hard working, high ethics, no off field issues. Strong on and off field leader. No red flags. He would not tell me who the safeties were rated in front of Wilson but he did say that they had him in their top 5 with a 3rd round grade. He did say that they did not have him in for a private workout that he knew of, but from the notes looks like they spent extra time with him at his pro day, would not say what his pro day notes said for some reason, which intrigues me. He also said that they had 2 codes on his name which were rising and undervalued.(there were more codes, but he would not tell me. After pressing him a bit, I got the impression that his leadership was a big deal) I asked him how he could be rising and undervalued at the same time and he told me that the scout thought his play was undervalued because the tape at safety was limited. He was a riser because they got wind of several teams late in the process taking a closer look at him, did not have specific teams. I also got the impression that when they were resetting their board for day 3, they were not surprised he was gone. He had to do some late night tape work on some positions for day 3 and while he would not tell me which ones, he did say safety was not one of them. Just take this for what its worth. Like I said, he is low on the totum pole but he does have a very limited insight from an actual team in the NFL. I asked him if he remembered him specifically when he was cutting up film work and he said he did not. He was going to try and go back and watch him in the next couple of weeks if he had time.