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Draft Scout Antone Exum News
10/23/14 - S Antone Exum, one of the busier special teams players, sat out Thursday's practice after being limited on Wednesday because of an ankle injury.
10/22/14 - S Antone Exum, one of the team's busier special teams players, was limited in Wednesday's practice because of an ankle injury.
09/01/14 - S Antone Exum, who was shaken up after blasting a ball carrier in the fourth preseason game, should be OK to practice this week. With only four safeties on the roster, the rookie sixth-rounder is being counted on for depth and special teams duties.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Vikings' picks: Round 6/182 - Antone Exum, DB, 6-0, 213, Virginia Tech...After trading down twice from 148 and 168, the Vikings took a thickly-muscled cornerback who might transition to safety because of his 4.59 speed. The Vikings need more competition at strong safety and dime back. Exum does come in as an injury concern. He tore an ACL in a pickup basketball game in January of 2013. He returned in October and played three games before injuring an ankle and missing the rest of the season. - The Sports Xchange
05/07/14 - Five players who should be on Atlanta's draft radar...DB Antone Exum, Virginia Tech: The “other” cornerback at Virginia Tech, Exum's senior season was derailed after an off-season ACL injury, but he has the skill set to play either free safety or corner in the NFL and will be an excellent value in the fourth or fifth round. Exum has an impressive physique for the position and passes the eye test, but he lacks elite speed and often finds himself trailing with his back to the line of scrimmage. His aggressive nature is both his best and worst quality, getting physical and bloodying his nose, but sometimes too early or too late. Exum has starting traits, most likely in a free safety role at the next level, but the durability is the mystery element to his evaluation, coming of a serious knee injury. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com