The Green Bay Packers targeted the cornerback position early in last year's draft, and they made a couple quality selections. First-round pick Damarious Randall started nine games, recording 14 defended passes and three interceptions.
While Randall certainly has a bright future, no rookie cornerback across the NFL posted a better opposing passer rating than second-round pick Quinten Rollins.
Via the Packers' official Twitter account:
Rollins, a Miami (Ohio) product, played 14 games and started four of them. He defended six passes and recorded two interceptions. Both of his interceptions came against the St. Louis Rams, and one of them he returned 45 yards for a touchdown. Rollins' efforts were key to Green Bay's 24-10 victory in that game.
Between Randall and Rollins, the Packers have the makings of what could be a dominant secondary for years to come.