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Scouting report: Duron Harmon--ESPN Boston: Projection: Also like Ryan, Harmon should benefit from not being forced into action immediately on defense as a rookie. Assuming Devin McCourty remains at free safety (there’s little to suggest otherwise), there are three veterans who project ahead of Harmon on the depth chart: Steve Gregory, Tavon Wilson and Adrian Wilson. But like another drafted safety from the 2012 class, Nate Ebner, Harmon should be an immediate contributor on special teams and will have the opportunity to learn from the veteran safeties ahead of him. One thought on Harmon is that while he may not play extensively on defense in 2012, the Patriots don’t have an established strong safety of the future besides him on the roster. Adrian Wilson and Gregory are both in their 30s, and Tavon Wilson could be viewed as a free safety option. Harmon doesn’t project to be a consistent playmaker in the back half of the field, but he’s a tough, physical player who can be reliable as a developmental option.

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