Hurd takes his game
Fort Bend Marshall High School
Missouri City, Texas
Height / 5'9"
Weight / 184
40 time / 4.48
Arizona, Auburn, Baylor, Colorado, California, Kansas, Nebraska, Notre Dame,
Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Oregon State, Tennessee, and Texas A&M.
Toney Hurd Jr. needs to work on his coverage skills. He seems to lose his cool
when the ball is in the air and tends to lose the wide receiver when is man to
man coverage on deep balls. He is very physical and rarely misses a tackle. One
of the main things that stuck out to me when watching film on Hurd was his
ability to take angles. By taking great angles, he reaches ball carriers the
average player cannot. Prototypical press/cover two corner.
Who He Reminds Me Of
Tampa Bay Buccaneer Corner Ronde Barber.
Hurd needs a redshirt year to improve his coverage skills and to hit the weight
room. He will need to become comfortable with the ball in the air and improve on
his man to man coverage. He has the skills and the technique to be great against
the run at the collegiate level. As long as he improves his coverage skills he
will be a 2-3 year starter for the Aggies with potential for the NFL.