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There is a lot of interest in Bullocks, who would certainly intrigue the Browns if he was still available when they pick in the second round. The Nebraska safety is gaining more and more attention as the draft nears. He is also peaking at the right time, following a solid season at Nebraska with good performances at the Senior Bowl and combine.
Unfortunately, the guessing is that Bullocks will disappear off the boards early in the second round, and has interested both Indy and Pittsburgh, who would be positioned to draft him at the bottom of the first. Given the Browns needs, he's an unlikely pick in the second, but the team liked him enough to bring him to Ohio to learn more about him.
Bullocks is a hard-working player, who takes charge in the secondary and shows a great deal of leadership. It's well-known how attractive a player with those qualities is to the new regime of Savage and Crennel. Like Antoine Bethea, player profiled in the fourth entry in this series, Bullocks is pretty good against the run. He can play either safety position, but worked out at strong safety during the Senior Bowl.
LEARN MORE ABOUT DANIEL BULLOCKS
- Scouting the safety prospects
- Player Visit and Workout Updates: 4/1
- Prospect Profile: Daniel Bullocks
- NFL Combine '06: Teams and Players prepare
- Senior Bowl North Team Practice Reports
- Cowboys Talk with Top Free Safety