ESPN: NFL peers don’t put Bills’ Tre’Davious White among top-10 CBs

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According to ESPN, Tre’Davious White’s NFL peers do not think he’s a top-10 cornerback in the league.

Surveying more than 50 league executives, coaches, scouts and players, the former world-wide leader helped us name the 10 best at each spot on the field according to those in the game. The Buffalo Bills’ lockdown defender is not found.

Per the rankings, White is only a honorable mention as a currently.

ESPN’s NFL insider Jeremy Fowler was the analyst who put together the list. In his breakdown of White, he acknowledges that the Bills corner should be in the top-10.

The reasoning White is not found is pretty obvious.

White’s knee injury which he’s attempting to return from in 2022 holds him back. A former first-team All-Pro, White is going to have to prove he’s still at that level.

Here’s Fowler’s breakdown on White:

Tre’Davious White, Buffalo Bills: A top-five fixture in the past, White still deserves to be in the top 10 but didn’t garner enough top-five votes to surpass the younger corners. Suffering an ACL tear in his left knee in late November didn’t help. “Body of work, he’s still elite,” an AFC defensive coach said. “He’s got that toughness and technique where you know what you’re getting every play. He’ll just have to work his way back into form.”

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