The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy gives his top 10 cornerbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft:

1. Jeff Okudah, Ohio State, 6-1, 205

Finding flaws here feels like nitpicking. Future All-Pro will shut down receivers on the perimeter and drop his shoulder to stop the run.

2. CJ Henderson, Florida, 6-1, 204

Scheme-versatile cover corner who will match up with physical receivers and keep stride with speedsters going vertical.

3. Trevon Diggs, Alabama, 6-1, 205

Former wide receiver (like older brother Stefon) and kick returner has ball skills and instincts to generate takeaways.

4. Jaylon Johnson, Utah, 6-0, 193

Physical, long and athletic enough to play perimeter or slot press coverage, and gets good reads when off the ball.

5. A.J. Terrell, Clemson, 6-1, 195

Picked on by LSU in College Football Playoff title game, but he will be a coach’s favorite because of work ethic and versatility.

6. Jeff Gladney, TCU, 5-10, 191

Closing burst to erase separation and plays with a chippiness that could get under the skin of hotheaded receivers and bullying blockers.

7. Kristian Fulton, LSU, 6-0, 197

More inconsistent than expected from an LSU cornerback — loses more 50/50 balls than he wins — but willing to take an island and fight.

Jeff Okudah and CJ Henderson
Jeff Okudah and CJ HendersonAP (2)

8. Noah Igbinoghene, Auburn, 5-10, 198

Stockier than the prototype but uses body to advantage in tackling. Surprising first-step quickness.

9. Damon Arnette, Ohio State, 6-0, 195

Made a big leap forward in 2019. By his own admission, he didn’t always see eye-to-eye with coaches, raising red flags.