Coach Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves seem to be BPA drafters, and they have amassed a stable of developing players, many of whom we haven't really seen play. Despite that they get a bit lucky here matching one of their more dire needs without reaching.
After mopping up their tears over missing out on Sean Weatherspoon, Dan Williams, and Trent Williams BPA thinking had me considering Maurkice Pouncey, and wishing for a legit NT, but it was hard to look away from two very good CB prospects.
Kyle Wilson is a 4 year starter and he certainly is the Least Likely To Fail (LLTF). He's a quick twitch physical corner with added value as a return man. It'd be hard to find a player who plays bigger for their size, and that attitude and work ethic showed up at the combine when he he lifted the bar 25 times. Despite being a press corner, he's pretty used to playing on his own. In comparison to other CB prospects he's a guy I think does best in man coverage, and he should shine opposite DRC.
On the other hand I considered CB Kareem Jackson who plays the ball better, is probably better in a zone and also has the feet and hips to make him a LLTF pick. Jackson will likely have a lot less penalties called against him, but sometimes you want attitude from a CB, so I went with Wilson after still reeling from the shock of missing out on spoon.