3. Kendall Fuller
Kendall Fuller is the lone AFC West newcomer to make this top five list.
Before being dealt over to the Chiefs this offseason, Fuller had a great 2017 for the Redskins. He made big improvements from his rookie year to last year, showing that he should be already be considered one of the top corners in the game.
Kansas City has already shown their confidence in Fuller by feeling comfortable trading turnover machine Marcus Peters, giving Fuller the number one corner spot all to himself.
What has made Fuller so good early in his career is his ability to cover players from both the slot and on the outside with plenty of success. He has all the physical and mental tools needed truly cover any player, from any team, anywhere on the field.
That versatility is something that Kansas City will rely on heavily in Fullers first season with the team.
Fuller was ranked as the top slot defender in the entire NFL by Bleacher Report in 2017, and the fifth best overall corner by PFF. Going into just his third season, there is no reason why Fuller can’t make it to the top of this list in the near future.