Heading into the offseason, St-Juste was a relatively unknown prospect. However, he was one of the best players on the field in Mobile at the Senior Bowl, and carried that momentum into a solid performance at his pro day - especially in the 3-cone drill. There’s a lot for the Patriots to like about St-Juste beyond his 3-cone time. At 6-foot-0 and with long arms, he fits their prototypical build at the position. He plays like a Patriots cornerback too - not afraid to jam receivers at the line, stay physical down the field, and fight for the ball at the catch point. St-Juste’s physical nature isn’t just in coverage, he’s a strong tackler as well. He’s willing to fight through blocks to get to the ball carrier, and even set the edge at times against outside runs in college. A hamstring injury cost St-Juste his sophomore season, which leaves him slightly behind some of the other cornerbacks in the draft in terms of development. However, the Patriots would be in perfect position to take him and let him develop for a year behind Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson. After that, he should be able to compete for the starting outside cornerback job in 2022.