2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Camryn Bynum, CB, California

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Height: 6’0″

Weight: 200lbs

Class: Redshirt Senior

D.O.B: July 19, 1998 (Age: 21)


Strengths: ​Displays good overall AA with very good quickness, good hip fluidity, agility, burst, balance, and body control. In the pass game, Bynum displays very good mental processing. He keys and diagnoses passing concepts very quickly. He shows very good zone awareness and very good route recognition. In zone coverage he displays very good understanding of leverage and spacing. He is consistently in the right spot in zone coverage and reads the eyes of QB’s very well. Solid LOS skills, displaying good patience and staying square with solid overall UOH. He shows good transitions with good hip fluidity to turn and change direction. He has good mirror and match ability and is overall solid in man-to-man. He shows versatility to play press man, bail, trail, soft press, and off the ball. He displays good ability in the slot, he is perfect sized to match up vs slot WR's and he is physical enough to play in the box. He has very good ball skills with very good tracking and timing to play the ball. Good closing speed in off man and zone coverage and breaks on screens extremely quick. In the run game, Bynum displays good ability in run support. He keys runs very quickly and will get in the backfield very fast. He plays like a missile and is not afraid to mix it up. He stacks and sheds WR's blocks very well and is good at beating OL blocks with quickness and bend. Overall very good competitive toughness to mix it up with anybody. He is a good open field tackler.
Weaknesses: ​He is an undersized CB that will most likely be limited to the slot at the next level. He is much better in zone coverage than in man coverage. He will sometimes take false steps in press man coverage. He struggles vs bigger WR's as he will get overpowered and displays adequate long speed. He can sometimes struggle vs bigger backs as he will dive at their ankles and miss tackles.
Summary: ​Bynum best fits as a nickel corner at the next level. He can jump his way up to a top CB prospect with more slot experience and improving in man. He wins in zone coverage with his high FBI/instincts and ball skills. He is very physical and aggressive in coverage and in the run game. He is quite capable in playing press man but is better in zone. He shows very good route recognition and understanding of leverage. He will struggle to consistently play press vs bigger WR's. He has all the tools to be a 4 core special teams player.
Grade: ​Top-10 CB
- July 14, 2020

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