Jabrill Peppers' versatility in college made him a superstar. He played linebacker, nickel corner, safety and cornerback on defense at Michigan. On offense, he played running back, receiver and some option quarterback. On special teams, he was a sensational returner. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist last season, and he won the Paul Hornung Award as the most versatile player in college sports.
Strange as it may sound, the master of everything is the hardest player to pin down in the 2017 draft. Teams don't know exactly what to do with the tweener Peppers, who is 5-foot-11, 213 pounds. Is he a safety, a linebacker or a slot corner? Could he stick on offense? Is he a lock to be a first-round pick?
I polled five NFL front-office executives to get their thoughts on Peppers, and their scouting reports were all over the place. Each anonymously weighed in on Peppers' best pro position, where he likely will be drafted, and what boosts his stock in the eyes of NFL teams.