It was considered the highest priority for the Lions coming into this years draft.
They had to get a cornerback.
When round one came and went without a cornerback being drafted, the fans were a little disgruntled. They would have preferred to see one of the premium names they had coveted for the last few months fall to the Lions, but most fans satisfied themselves with the notion that the Lions filled another area of need, offensive line.
When round two came and went with still no cornerback, the fans were livid. Murmurings cascaded through the fan base about the inability of the Lions to draft, especially when the pick went to a position considered rather a strength, wide receiver.
Now that the dust has settled a little more, we get to have a look at what the Lions ended up with and make early judgments as sound and reliable as Sunday morning draft grades. The Lions concluded a rookie minicamp this weekend and while it is still way too early to state definitively, it looks like May...