Name: Andrew Booth Jr. - Position: CB
Height: 6'0" - Weight: 200 lbs
Analyst : Lucas VanDenBroek
Great at mirroring opposing receivers.
Great instincts and start stop ability.
Great long speed and acceleration.
Disciplined eyes in zone.
Above average length and good ball skills.
Needs to fill run fits better and work on his tackling ability.
|Man Coverage Skills||Zone Coverage Skills||Ball Skills||Tackling||Versatility|
|Competitive Toughness||Functional Athleticism||Football IQ||Run Defending||Length|
Games Watched: 2021 Georgia, 2021 NC State, 2021 Pittsburgh
Andrew Booth Jr. is an outside corner for the Clemson Tigers who does it all. He is a great athlete with great speed, acceleration and start stop ability. He has above average length and uses this well while making pass break ups. He has great ball skills the rare times he is targeted. He rarely gets targeted due to his outstanding coverage ability. He has enough athleticism and size to run belt buckle to belt buckle with NFL receivers. He mirrors their routes well and provides a challenge for any QB looking for a completion against him. In zone, Booth Jr. uses his outstanding instincts and FBIQ to make a play on the ball and ensure that there are no easier receptions under his coverage. His eyes remain disciplined in zone and his diagnosing abilities allow him to make good plays in the pass game for the Tigers. Booth Jr.’s biggest weakness is in the run game. He needs to work on diagnosing his run fits a little sooner and cleaning up his tackling form a little. He is not a detriment in the run game at this point and this should only improve with some more coaching and experience. Booth Jr. projects as an immediate starter at the next level and would be a fit in any scheme as he was asked to run a variety of coverages by Clemson and did so effectively.
Late Day 1 – Pro Bowl Potential