Trae Waynes is one of my favorite corners in this draft for how technically sound he plays the position. He exhibits great change of direction in man coverage along with good ball skills. Waynes consistently shows great technique when the ball is in the air as he turns and finds the ball instead of looking at the wide receiver. This was highly evident in the game against Penn State where Trae stayed right at the wide receivers hip throughout the game. Waynes isn’t the most physical as he plays at only 186 pounds and at times will miss a tackle or lose ground on a tackle. Overall though Trae Waynes is the top cornerback in this draft.