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Saints select Nebraska cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste in 2nd round

Cornerback was a significant need coming into the draft for the Saints and they came away with a big one. In Stanley Jean-Baptiste the Saints now have a 6’3″ corner that will be able to compete with some of the new wave of huge receivers taking the league by storm. Jean-Baptiste is a receiver himself originally but he made the switch to corner during his time in college. Kony...
Via The Saints Nation
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft Second Round Grades: New Orleans Saints

Selection: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, NebraskaJean-Baptiste is the typical big cornerback that NFL teams are starting to love. He was a late riser in the draft process, and even garnered first round grades from a couple of scouts. I never bought into him going that high, but this range fits him very well. The Saints did an excellent job in getting solid value at a position of need...
Via Heff's Sports Blog
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Draftable Broncos: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska

I reached out to Broncos fans on Twitter, asking what players in the draft they wanted me to break down as a fit for the Broncos. The most requested was Nebraska CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, so that is where I will begin.Scouting Report:Many have placed Stanley Jean-Baptiste in the mold of the Seattle Seahawks corners: big, strong, and physical. I see no reason to doubt that label....
Via Pro Football Spot
April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Scouting Report: Nebraska CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste

Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB Nebraska (SR) #16 Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 220 lbs   2013: 41 total tackles – 1 sack – 4 interceptions – 11 passes defended 2012:  24 total tackles – 0 sacks – 2 interceptions – 9 passes defended 2011:  7 total tackles – 0 sacks – 1 interception – 1 pass defended   Games Watched (via Nebraska vs. Southern Miss...
Via Standing O Sports
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Huskers CB latest hit by targeting rule

It's time for your weekly installment of, "Was that really a targeting penalty?" The rule that has caused a near-weekly controversy sprung up again Saturday. The Week 7 version -- at least the first one -- comes from the Nebraska-Purdue game, where Cornhuskers cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste was flagged for targeting on this play: The call was upheld on review,...
Via Fox Sports
October 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: This Big Hit Got Nebraska’s Stanley Jean-Baptiste Ejected For Targeting

The NCAA continues to crack down on monster hits in order to protect its players — today, the Big Ten had its first ejection of the 2013 season when Nebraska’s Stanley Jean-Baptiste was removed from the game after blowing up a Purdue screen play. You be the judge — does this hit warrant an ejection for targeting? [Big Ten Network]
Via College Spun
October 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Huskers Stanley Jean-Baptiste Ejected For Targeting (Video)

Nebraska CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste was just ejected for targeting on this play. Its a big loss for the Huskers to lose their best defensive back like this. If this is what targeting is, I don’t recognize football anymore.
Via BlackSportsOnline
October 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Nebraksa Cornhuskers dominate Southern Miss, now 2-0

Stanley Jean-Baptiste breaks up pass in endzone against Southern Miss. (Photo credit:Eric Gregory/Lincoln Journal Star) After the early scare in the season opener against Wyoming, the Nebraska Cornhuskers looked like totally different team against Southern Mississippi, blowing out the Golden Eagles by a score of 56-13 in Lincoln. Last week’s game did nothing but further the skepticism...
September 08, 2013  |  Discuss

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