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NFL Draft Profile: Jeremy Lucien, Cornerback, Vanderbilt Commodores

NFL Draft profile scouting report for Vanderbilt CB Jeremy Lucien

Vanderbilt CB Jeremy Lucien
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#21
Pos: CB
Ht: 6010
Wt: 196
40: 4.50
DOB: 5/12/2000
Hometown: Moore Township, PA
High School: Choate Rosemary Hall
Eligibility: 2023

Jeremy Lucien
Vanderbilt Commodores


One-Liner:

A shifty corner with great awareness and very strong in zone coverage but lacks aggressiveness.

Evaluation: 

A gritty, fundamentally sound cover man who possesses great length, smooth backpedal and crisp change of direction ability. Often tasked with covering the top receiver, Lucien has lined up on both side of the field, outside, inside and has some special teams experience on kick/punt units. Does a nice job dissecting the play in zone and displays sound awareness, as to when to come off a defender or when to switch. At times, he needs to get his head turned around quicker and be alert of when the ball is released. While not an aggressive type of corner, he is more than willing to be physical when needed and make a tackle. His one-on-one coverage skills is his most appealing attribute. Lucien enters his third season as a starter in 2021 and has matured with film room responsibilities. This is one player worth monitoring who could rise up draft boards by time the 2023 NFL Draft rolls around.

Grade:

5th Round

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Background: 

Trains and practices like a pro. Very respectful and coachable. Hails from strong family who has instilled great work ethic. First Team All-Conference in high school; recorded 45 tackles, 10 pass breakups and two interceptions as a senior. A mechanical engineer major who has passion for building robotics and participated in a three-month immersion program in Spain as a sophomore in high school. A Dean’s list student and headmaster’s scholar; extremely smart.