Hasn’t fully adjusted to run-pursuit angles as safety just yet
Can get caught on play-action and fakes
More boom with pads
Analysis: Thornhill is a former cornerback who will likely line up at safety in the NFL. His size and cover talent should allow defensive coordinators the freedom to deploy him around the field in a variety of ways depending on the matchups and his running mate at safety. From a pure cover standpoint, Thornhill is one of the best in this very deep class. I want to see more from him in terms of run support and hitting the ball carrier, but his abilities will allow him to see the field early in his career.
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Can line up over slot on matchup tight ends
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