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Terrion Arnold

Terrion Arnold (CB) – Alabama / Sophomore

5’11-3/4″, 189 Lbs. (Combine)

2022 Stats: 11 Games, 34 Solo, 11 Assists, 45 Total, 1TFL, 1INT, 8PD, 1FR

2023 Stats: 14 Games, 40 Solo, 23 Assists, 63 Total, 6.5TFL, 1Sack, 5INT, 12PD, 1FF


Awards:  2023 First Team All-American (AP); SEC #1 INTs (2023); SEC #2 Pass Defended (2023)

Measureables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
8-7/8″ 31-5/8″ 74-1/4″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
4.50 sec 1.54 sec 37″ 10’9″ *** *** ***

RAS: 8.81

Games Watched: 2023 vs. Ole Miss, 2023 vs. LSU


Solid frame, will not get bullied, 6’0”/196 Lbs. Arnold’s 90.5 PFF Run Defense grade is #1 amongst all draft eligible CBs. Ball Skills/Coverage Instincts, Arnold’s 13 pass break ups in 2023 were 4th amongst all draft eligible CBs. Good press man ability, eyes/hands/feet/hips all work fluidly and keep Arnold in great position throughout the route. Very comfortable/aware in zone coverage, reads and reacts to QB quickly and has a knack for making a play on the ball. Body control in coverage, good hips/change of direction. Was a 5 star safety prospect coming out of HS, this shows when Arnold is playing the run, Terrion keeps himself in great position through the tackle, and will finish the tackle with impact/pop.


Teams will take advantage of Arnold’s aggressiveness, and will bite on double moves. Arnold got away with some clear PIs due to grabbing at the WR before/during making a play for the ball, Terrion will likely not be able to get away with that type of physicality at the next level.


Arnold came into the 2023 season overshadowed by teammate Kool-Aid McKinstry, it didn’t take long for Anrold to show that he was the top player in the Alabama secondary. Terrion Arnold is a do it all CB1, he will be a day 1 starter and will contribute in all phases of the game for whichever defense is lucky enough to add him. Arnold has the ideal combination of aggressiveness, physicality, body control, awareness and poise that you want to see in your CB1.

Completed by: @coachschepps, 02/16/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 02/16/24





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