Throughout the week of the NFL Combine, all of the incoming prospects are interviewed and it’s safe to say Jeffrey Okudah wasn’t a fan of one of the questions. During his media session, Okudah blasted the criticism of his ‘sloppiness’.

As Okudah pointed out, he didn’t have any pass interference or holding calls to his name in 2019, Following a fantastic season at Ohio State, Okudah just wants to make it clear that he’s the best cornerback in this year’s draft.

For the months leading up to the draft, Okudah has been widely regarded as the best corner in the 2020 NFL Draft. In his first two seasons at Ohio State, Okudah combined for 49 tackles, nine deflections, and two fumble recoveries.

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Then, in his junior season, Okudah took his game to an entirely different level. To finish out his collegiate career, Okudah contributed 34 tackles, nine deflections, three interceptions, and a forced fumble in 2019.

After being a mainstay on Ohio State’s defense, Okudah will be looking to do the same in the NFL. Prior to beginning his NFL career, Okudah isn’t in favor of any false narratives surrounding his name.

When watching Okudah, he is far from being a sloppy player on the field. Entering the NFL, Okudah is polished in man coverage and is aggressive when the ball is in the air.

If a team needs a cornerback, Okudah is by far the best selection in this year’s draft. Ahead of his career in the NFL, media members now know to check their facts before asking a question.