Report: Falcons workout ex-Vols cornerback Cameron Sutton


Former Tennesse cornerback and returner Cameron Sutton worked out for the Falcons on Sunday, according to Pro Football Talk.com.

Sutton, 5-foot-11 and 186 pounds, is from Jonesboro High.

He played in 45 games for the Volunteers and had 127 tackles and seven interceptions. Sutton finished career as Tennessee’s all-time leader in passes defended with 37 (30 pass breakups, seven interceptions).

He graduated in December 2016 with degree in communication studies. NFL Draft Scout.com has him ranked as the 16th best cornerback in the draft and projects that he’ll be drafted in the third round.



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