2. Kalen King, Junior
When Joey Porter Jr. went No. 32 overall last season, everyone said that Kalen King was actually the better prospect. King is still considered a first-round talent, but there are evaluators raising concerns after King got torched by Ohio State’s Marvin Harrison Jr.
King even committed the costly holding penalty that wiped away Curtis Jacob’s scoop-and-score touchdown. He needs to have a better game against Michigan in Week 11 to boost his stock or he’ll risk falling out of the first round.
Either way, King is likely headed to the NFL and the Nittany Lions will need to replace their No. 1 corner for the second straight season.