Blidi Wreh-Wilson is probably not a name most Patriots fans are familiar with. But it is looking increasingly likely that he could become a fixture in the team's secondary beginning this upcoming season.
I wrote about Wreh-Wilson early in March after draft expert Todd McShay predicted the team would select the cornerback out of Uconn with their first round pick. It looks like Mr. McShay was on to something, as Bill Belichick and a number of other Pats staffers visited UConn's pro day last Wednesday. As Mike Reiss writes, it is believed the purpose of the trip was to get a better look at the corner who appeared to be piquing their interest.
Wreh-Wilson during his time at UConn
No one would contest the fact that the secondary was the weakest area of last year's Patriots team. While the resigning of Aqib Talib stabilized a unit that was very much up in the air; question marks surrounding Alfonzo Dennard (facing possible jail time), Tavon Wilson (capable of being a starting safety...