It's been a while since I posted something. Well, finally back. Let's get started.
So, Malcom was set on the game as an 87 overall, lowest overall for a defensive back this college series sadly, but he proved that overall doesn't matter. Malcom Thompson couldn't have done this all by himself. He had the help of the other DBS. Lito Loso (91), Chris Paulk (88), Matty Packerman III (94), and Travon Love (90). He also had Sean Best Jr. (88) to help cover zones and man. With those overalls, it averaged to be 89.
Malcom didn't play much in his first few weeks. He was listed as the number 3 CB but not listed in the Slot. When Thompson wasn't on the field, the team did great, but when he was on, he was an X-Factor. Making sure the Reciever wasn't even getting looked at by the QB. Thompson was a great cover CB, but he could also say he'll get dirty. He had 3 TFL's, 51 total tackles, a sack, and 29 solo tackles. Thompson was the man on and off the field. He was always one of the jokesters on the team and have a good time.
Malcom was different from other CB's. He had 99 awareness, Nobody else had it in the college series. He also had a strange attribute of 85 break tackle, though he never got to use it, he still loves that he is still capable to break tackles and taking them to the house. Malcom was also a Man Corner with 90 Man and 85 Zone. Malcom wasn't known as much as Lito Loso and Amir Williams. Though he didn't make the top 50 list, he knows he's very underrated.