Written by Justin Melo on February 2, 2017
It’s no secret that the 2017 NFL Draft will feature one of the deepest secondary classes of all time. I expect around 15 defensive backs to be drafted in the first 75 overall selections. This secondary class is that good.
As I sort through this incredible class, one name is not getting enough attention: Free Safety Lorenzo Jerome, the small school sleeper of St. Francis (PA). It’s easy to understand why Jerome may be flying under the radar; he’s part of a deep positional group, and plays in the Northeast Conference of the Division I FCS that features such programs as Robert Morris University & Fairleigh Dickinson University. Not exactly familiar names, huh? In 2016, the Red Flash appeared in the FCS playoffs for the first time, losing 31-21 to Villanova in the first round.
But turn the game tape on, and you’ll quickly (read more…)