Joey Porter Jr. Gets Glowing Scouting Report from Jaquan Brisker: ‘He could be great’

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Penn State Football cornerback Joey Porter, Jr. (Photo by Randy Litzinger/Icon Sportswire)

Joey Porter Jr. has the chance to become the latest Penn State Football defender chosen at the top of the NFL Draft, and received a glowing review from one of his former Nittany Lions teammates.

“I feel like he can be great,” Chicago Bears safety Jaquan Brisker said of Porter, during a recent appearance on Heavy Sports’ The Matt Lombardo Show.

Porter has been projected as high as a top-10 selection in recent 2023 NFL Mock Drafts, and Brisker believes the hype is real.

“He’s 6-foot-3,” Brisker said. “And he can run. He’s going to be physical at the line of scrimmage. But, he can also get off and play zone, you know toggle, if he wants. That makes him very different and unique.”


During the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Porter flashed his athleticism, running the 40-yard dash in 4.46 seconds and posting a 10-foot-9-inch broad jump, testing at a high level that reflected his game tape.

This past season, teams shied away from throwing Porter’s way, particularly because of his length and skill-set, which could make him a hot commodity at a premium position in the draft.

Porter produced 21 total tackles and eight pass breakups in his final season in Happy Valley.

Brisker believes that the best is yet to come, for his former teammate, wherever he lands at the next level.

“Once an NFL coach gets a hold of him,” Brisker said. “And a defense figures out what they want to do with him, I feel like he could be very dangerous.”

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