Here’s a look at the top senior safety prospects entering the 2011 season:

Deunta Williams, North Carolina –
After redshirting his first year, Williams switched from wide receiver to cornerback and has started ever since. His receiving skills make him an offensive threat on defense—12 career interceptions for 231 yards—Williams has the ability to take a pick and turn it into six. His nose for the football makes him a ball-hawking prospect at the next level.

DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson –
The 6’1 strong safety possesses great athleticism—has a 37” vertical jump and transitioned from linebacker last season with a bang, tying a school record with eight interceptions. McDaniel received a second round grade from the NFL Advisory Committee this past season, another year of development should only boost his draft stock.

Chris Culliver,

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