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Tuesday Senior Bowl DB Rankings

Patrick Robinson (Doug Benc/Getty Images)

Who sits atop a deep and talented list of cornerbacks, and who is the best in a weak class of safeties? We've got the answers after the second day of practices in Mobile, Ala.

Patrick Robinson, Florida State Cornerback is arguably the deepest position here, though there isn't a true lockdown corner in the bunch. Talk to three people, and you'd probably get either of these first three players listed as the top in the group. Robinson (5-foot-11) is smooth, athletic, is used to playing man coverage and isn't afraid to get physical. The hands that doomed him to one...

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