McKelvin also adds excitement to games with his return specialist skills and his 4.38-second 40 time that he showed off at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound speedster returned seven punts and one kickoff for touchdowns during his college career while averaging 13.1 yards on punt returns and 23.7 yards on kickoff returns.
And on Wednesday night, McKelvin told Scout.com that he was preparing for a Thursday visit with the Buffalo Bills. Will he be meeting with the Green Bay Packers? We'll see, but the Bills also are expected to select a cornerback high in the draft. With the 11th pick overall, they'll certainly have a shot at McKelvin who is expected to come off the board within the first half of round one.
The pesky cornerback would provide the Bills with a quick-learning, confident defender who could claim a starter's role right out of the blocks this September. He has outstanding change of direction skills and times his leaps extremely well. An active tackler, McKelvin posted 148 stops during his college career and forced four fumbles.
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