Analysis: There is actually some decent depth in this class or cornerbacks, although cornerbacks, like receivers are a bit of a dice roll. The NFL is a passing league these days, and the league has made it clear they're going to make it as difficult as possible for defenses to dominate, which is why having young, athletic cover guys who can run is such an advantage. The Ravens almost have to go after a corner in the first three rounds, but outside of Haden (who will be gone within the first 10 picks) there are a lot of questions. Wilson had a great performance at the Senior Bowl, and is soaring up mock drafts. Robinson has good size, speed, and outstanding footwork, but he didn't have the senior year some predicted he would. Syd'Quan Thompson was an excellent college corner, but he's only 5-foot-9. Jackson has good size, but average speed. His 40 time will be critical at the combine. Arenas was a great blitzer and playmaker in college, but he's also on the small side (5-9). If Wilson is there at No. 25, he might be a steal in the long run.