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2016 NFL DRAFT

Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB

School: Nebraska  |  Conference: BIG10
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Miami, FL
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 218 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
7182-3
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05/12/2014 - A closer look at the Saints' picks: Round 2/58 -- Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, 6-3, 218, Nebraska...With giant receivers throughout the NFC South, the Saints had to combat that with a longer, physical corner to put opposite Keenan Lewis. - The Sports Xchange

05/08/2014 - 2014 DRAFT SCOUT FINAL TOP 100: 71/8. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska, 6-3, 218, 4.55, 2-3...Jean-Baptiste is a big athlete in search of a position. Well-traveled, former wide receiver (at Miami Central High, North Carolina Tech Prep and Fort Scott Community College), Jean-Baptiste saw no action while listed as a receiver at Nebraska in 2010 and had only one catch in 2011 before transitioning to corner for nine games. His previous experience as defensive back was at safety at Miami Central. Made a lot of plays in college just on pure athletic ability, which was abundantly evident at combine workouts that included best vertical jump of 41.5 inches. Frankly: In that inevitable search for the NFL's next Richard Sherman, Jean-Babtiste fits the role as if from central casting, complete with switch from wide receiver. But he lacks Sherman's physicality and instincts and his best shot may be as a safety. - Frank Cooney, NFLDraftScout.com

04/21/2014 - 2014 NFL Draft Defensive Backs: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska, 6-3, 218, 4.61...Jean-Baptiste is a big athlete in search of a position. Well-traveled, former wide receiver (at Miami Central High, North Carolina Tech Prep and Fort Scott Community College), Jean-Baptiste saw no action while listed as a receiver at Nebraska in 2010 and had only one catch in 2011 before transitioning to corner for nine games. His previous experience as defensive back was at safety at Miami Central. Made a lot of plays in college just on pure athletic ability, which was abundantly evident at combine workouts that included best vertical jump of 41.5 inches. Frankly: In that inevitable search for the NFL's next Richard Sherman, Jean-Baptiste fits the role as if from central casting, complete with switch from wide receiver. But he lacks Sherman's physicality and instincts and his best shot may be as a safety. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange

01/21/2014 - 2014 Senior Bowl: 10 observations from Monday's North practice...6. Linenwood CB Pierre Desir and Nebraska CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste are both tall, long defensive backs who have the athleticism to turn and run with receivers downfield. They both did a nice job in press-man to get physical at the line of scrimmage and then ride the receiver through the route, although both got away with a little too much holding. Neither are elite when controlling their start/stop momentum, but neither are allergic to contact either. And with several teams who utilize press-man techniques on defense looking for the next Richard Sherman, both Desir and Jean-Baptiste are players to watch this week. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

01/20/2014 - 2014 SENIOR BOWL, DEFENSIVE BACK: Arrow pointing down: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska...Jean-Baptiste is attempting to follow the Richard Sherman path to the NFL as a big, long ex-receiver, transitioning to the secondary. However, the Nebraska corner still plays like a former receiver and hasn't shown the progression expected. Maybe NFL coaching will be the help Jean-Baptiste needs. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

12/05/2013 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska, Defensive Back...Baptiste ranks among the league leaders in interceptions with four and pass breakups with 11. He also recorded 35 tackles. - Nebraska football

12/05/2013 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (MEDIA): Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska, Defensive Back...Baptiste ranks among the league leaders in interceptions with four and pass breakups with 11. He also recorded 35 tackles. - Nebraska football

09/06/2013 - Scouting the Nebraska run defense: Brett Smith's passing was one thing. But what the Wyoming quarterback did with his feet? "I didn't know he could run like that," Nebraska cornerback Stanley Jean Baptiste said. "That's what got me on my heels, was him running the ball." Smith had 92 rushing yards, and mobile quarterbacks historically have put up sound numbers against Bo Pelini defenses. But what Wyoming did between the tackles, en route to 219 total rushing yards, should be of bigger concern for Nebraska. The Huskers' next opponent, Southern Miss, had only 23 rushing yards against Texas State. - The Sports Xchange

08/14/2013 - OTHER NEBRASKA PROSPECTS WORTH WATCHING: CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste (6-2, 215, 4.59)...On paper Jean-Baptiste is the most impressive Nebraska cornerback with his height and length at the position, but so far his on-field ability has yet to catch up to expectations. A former receiver, he switched to corner prior to his sophomore season and shows potential, but still struggles with mental errors and might be fool's gold as a pro prospect. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

 
Player News
05/12/2014 - A closer look at the Saints' picks: Round 2/58 -- Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, 6-3, 218, Nebraska...With giant receivers throughout the NFC South, the Saints had to combat that with a longer, physical corner to put opposite Keenan Lewis. - The Sports Xchange
 

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