Jamar Summers, CB, Birmingham Iron
The Denver Broncos have encountered a bit of a rough patch with their new-look No Fly Zone.
Chris Harris Jr., the centerpiece of team No-Fly, was a no-show at voluntary OTAs and his absence could linger if the Broncos don’t give him a long-term deal.
What do we do about that?
The Broncos have some corners who could take Harris’ place if — worst case scenario — he ends up not coming back and is traded (please, no). But, there’s nothing wrong with having depth at corner and perhaps no player in the AAF showed they deserve a chance to play in an NFL program more than Jamar Summers of the Iron.
Summers was flashing every time you turned on an Iron game, whether it was defensively or on special teams.
This guy was a ball-hawk at UConn, where he picked off 12 career passes including eight as a sophomore. He drifted between safety and cornerback but he is sort of the ideal CB4 or CB5 at the NFL level. He can play inside or outside, even some safety if asked, and excels on special teams.
I would be shocked if Summers didn’t get calls from a variety of NFL teams, and the Broncos have a pretty great situation for him to make the final roster.
An undrafted player in 2018, Summers is still young and would be going into a great system with phenomenal coaches.