George Iloka 2012 NFL Draft quick report

January 28, 2012; Mobile, AL, USA; South Squad wide receiver Juron Criner (82) of Arizona makes a touchdown catch in the fourth quarter while defended by North Squad defensive backs George Iloka (18) of Boise State and Donnie Fletcher (24) of Boston College during the Senior Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-US PRESSWIRE

George Iloka, Boise State
Height: 6'3 5/8, Weight: 222 pounds

Strengths: Is the biggest defensive back in this year's class and has long arms (a wing span of more than 81 inches). Can cover a lot of ground in a hurry. Has decent playing speed, but is fast and quick enough to stick with tight ends. Has played cornerback who can move around fairly well. Experienced. Started 45 games, playing in 53. Incredible athlete. Had a vertical jump of 38 inches.

Weaknesses: Takes poor angles in zone coverage and will be late to the ball. Isn't as big of a hitter as you'd expect from someone his size. Coaches may want to amp up his aggressiveness. Tackling will sometimes be an issue for Iloka. He doesn't always wrap and drive through the ball carrier. Doesn't have the best body control. Struggles to make a play on the ball in the air when he's out of place.

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