The NFL's best slot cornerbacks, No. 9: Malcolm Jenkins
Jenkins has played both cornerback and safety in his NFL career, but the 2015 Eagles wanted him to do even more to replace Brandon Boykin. As such, Jenkins displayed a special ability to tangle with receiver in the slot and came up winning more often than not. It's very tough for opposing receivers to fake Jenkins off his spot because he's so aware, and he's particularly good at reading the two-way goes all slot receivers must be able to handle. Jenkins doesn't have the raw speed he once did (at least, it didn't show up on tape in ‘15), but he's savvy enough to make up for that everywhere from deep safety to the slot.