Parnell Motley may be the best corner of the players on this list. His levels of production and success in college were extremely impressive, and he could give the Buccaneers a great pure corner option if an injury occurs on the outside.
Motley played for Oklahoma, a team that wasn’t known for its defense, but he was one of the few bright spots for that unit.
The Big 12 is a conference that is known for airing the ball out and being home to some of the biggest offensive juggernauts in college football, but Motley was still able to show up on the stat sheet.
Motley accounted for 167 tackles, six interceptions, and 33 passes defended throughout his final 39 games at Oklahoma, and it is worth noting that he was going up against stellar offensive talent when he posted these stat lines.
The biggest knock against Motley as an NFL corner is his size, but his production has been undeniable, and he is even bigger than Mazzi Wilkins. There may be a slight size disadvantage against some of the bigger NFL corners, but this was rarely a problem at the college level.
If he can still maintain his level of play from college and bring his nose for the football to the NFL, the Buccaneers may have found a solid backup corner in Parnell Motley.