Ranked By: Joe 412 and John Toth
Photo courtesy of Kansas St. Athletics
At 6’3” and with freakish athletic ability, Julius Brents is starting to become
a household name. A former 3-star recruit out of the Indianapolis area, Brents
will be coming home to show off his athleticism at the NFL combine in a few short
Brents had an impressive week of shutting down the receivers at the Senior
Bowl. With a reported 39.3” vertical jump in high school, scouts will be on edge to
see what kind of results Brents will showcase.
During his senior season, Brents logged action in all 13 games making 38
tackles, recording 3 pass breakups, and hauling in 4 interceptions. He’s a ballhawk
with fluid movement and more than adequate closing speed. He can play both
corner and safety with his size.
Here is a look at Julius Brents' pros and cons:
CB-: Julius Brents' Measurables
Weight: 202 lbs.
Hands: 9 1/2”
Arm: 33 3/4”
Span: 82 7/8
40 Time: 4.5
Impressive athlete with size and length
Aggressive against the run
Played safety in high school, could supply great DB depth
Great closing speed with good ball awareness
Foot speed needs to improve
Needs to read plays better, bites often at fakes
Struggles shedding blockers
Ran into some penalty issues at K-State.
Julius Brents, with his build, may be better suited to transition to a safety in
the NFL. At times, he struggles in man-to-man but is above average as a run-stopper.
Projected Draft Position
Brents is rising a bit on the boards. Draft 412 projects Brents coming off the
board in the third or fourth round. His size and ability will be hard to overlook.