Revis made an immediate impact for the Panthers as a freshman in 2004, finishing the year with 49 tackles, two picks, and 14 passes defensed on his way to Freshman All America honors. He followed that up with an excellent sophomore season, earning all Big East 1st team honors after finishing the year with 41 tackles, four picks, and 13 passes defensed. He also averaged 11.6 yards per punt return on the year.
Revis is an excellent cover man. He has excellent quickness, and shows the ability to easily mirror receivers throughout their route, and has the speed to keep up with them down the field. When the ball is in the air, Revis has the natural instinct to pick it up and make a play on the ball. He also possesses good size, and is not afraid to mix it up in run support. Revis has also shown the ability to be a factor as a punt returner, and could bring an upgrade to some teams return game.
Although he has played ever since he landed on campus, Revis still needs a bit more work on his game. He relies on his physical talent too much, and allows separation to receivers, only to recover because of his speed. He will also need to learn how to be more physical off the snap against bigger receivers.
Revis, only a junior, is arguably the top corner in the draft. His play on the field and impressive post season performance could make him the first corner taken in the draft. He is a definite first round talent, and could be taken in the Top 15.