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S Juan Thornhill NFL Draft Profile - Virginia

Could Juan Thornhill be the best free safety in this year's class? Check out our Draft Profile

Juan Thornhill
Safety
Virginia
Class Year: Senior
Height - 6'0" Weight - 205 lbs
Twitter: @Juan_Thornhill
Combine Results:
40 Yard Dash – 4.42 seconds
Bench Press – 21 Reps (225 lbs)
Vertical Jump – 44.0 Inches
Broad Jump – 141.0 Inches

Strengths: 

Thornhill played four years at Virginia, the last three as a starter. A versatile player, he spent time at safety and corner, but the former is where his skills lie. He reads the plays incredibly well and has a high footballing IQ. Works well in deep coverage and man on man. Always in position to challenge the football, Thornhill is a great attacker of the ball and not the man. His length and physicality will see him project well in the NFL.

Weaknesses:

He isn’t the fastest guy in a straight line, but because he reads the plays so well, he doesn’t have to be

Giphy:

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Thornhill with a nice read and a great ankle tap

Pro Comparison:

Earl Thomas

Overall Review:

He is ready to be an NFL starter from week one this year. Would work better as a free safety in a cover – 3 technique. He will cause headaches for receivers for years to come.

Mid-round two grade

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