The Buccaneers finally rid themselves of the troubled Aqib Talib, and that left a thin secondary even weaker. That is a good idea for a team that needed talent as bad as they did. The Bulldogs were predictably exposed as frauds the past two weeks, but that is not because of Banks. He is a four year starter in the SEC, giving him a ton of experience against big time receivers. His 15 career interceptions leads college football. Teams simply do not throw his way, and when they do he picks it off.
21. Seattle Seahawks
DT Sheldon Richardson, Jr, Missouri
6'4, 295 lbs
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
2012 Stats: 63 tackles, 4 sacks
24. New York Giants