Richard Lecounte III is on the Day 1 bubble right now after a tremendous season for the Bulldogs and if he has a similar season in 2020, he could see his name rocket up draft boards. He's got very good athleticism and has been a consistent presence since his arrival at Georgia. He's very good at reading the quarterbacks eyes and deciphering where the ball is going to get thrown. He's one of the more versatile safeties in the draft with his ability to come down from the safety position and effectively cover the slot, the outside, or any running back in college football. He's got good hands for a safety and he's got a knack causing fumbles by stripping or punching the football out of a ball carriers hands. He can lay the wood on a player when he gets his shot and can be a good asset in run defense as a blitzer. He's very comfortable in zone coverage and can play the single high safety roll if a team needs him to. He's very quick to recognize deep routes when they are developing and takes great angles when meeting the receiver at the catching point. He's a good tackler like most SEC safeties are and He's decent in man coverage and can cover players in the slot if need be. He can be the quarterback of the defense when asked to make adjustments and has good instincts into deciphering and offensive game plan. He's got very good range and speed which allows him to cover the whole field and make plays on a consistent basis. He's got some toughness to his game and isn't afraid to get dirty in the trenches. It also helps that he plays in the SEC which has seen an incredible rise in the offensive firepower as of late. His size is a bit concerning at 5'11" and 190 lbs. and could gain a few more pounds before he hits an NFL field. Most of his production last season came from the Baylor game and I would like to see more production throughout next season. He plays on a talented defense that is lead by head coach Kirby Smart, one of the best defensive minds in college football. He's had games in college football that have made me question his ability to stop the deep ball and can misjudge high points on passes. He's great prospect with a higher floor than most players in this draft based on the level of talent he has faced in the SEC. He's been Kirby Smarts eye in the sky on the back end of the defense and will be an keystone piece on an NFL defense at some point in his career.