Most mock drafts have Florida cornerback Quincy Wilson, who recorded three interceptions and 33 tackles his junior season, going in the second round of the NFL Draft. Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, however, is more bullish on Wilson and has the Seahawks taking him at No. 26 to Seattle.
NFL.com’s “bottom line” scouting report on Quincy:
Wilson rose to prominence this year after finishing with three interceptions and allowing fewer than 40 percent of the passes his way to be completed. His size and physicality combined with issues in staying glued to quick receivers could lead him to the safety spot where his instincts, ball skills and willingness to tackle will all serve him well.
Unfortunately, we won’t be seeing Quincy — or his girlfriend, Daniella Rapaglia, in the green room tonight as he’s reportedly decided to stay with family instead:
I'm told #Florida CB Quincy Wilson was invited to the draft, but declined the invite, opting to spend the night with his entire family.
— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) April 13, 2017
Smart move. You don’t want to be chilling in the green room until Friday just so you can hug it out with Roger Goodell.
[Quincy Wilson- IG]