Trevon Diggs is a cornerback in the NFL’s top 100. The NFL Network ranked 100 of the best players in the league prior to the 2022 season. Diggs, who plays with the Dallas Cowboys was ranked number 100. It ranked No. 23 No. No. 3 in cornerbacks, behind J.C. Jackson & Jalen Ramsey. Diggs, in an exclusive interview with PopCulture.com shared his reactions to being ranked amongst top league players. This was also voted by the players.
“It lets you know what your peers think about you,”PopCulture exclusively heard from Diggs “I feel like that’s the highest accolade that we can get because a lot of things are… I’m not taking anything away from the fans, but a lot of things are just fan-based, people voting. And depending on how big your fan base is, you could easily get into stuff. But this being really organic and really just from the heart and from experiences. People plan against you and plan with you and know how it is. Because we know how the NFL is. We know how hard the NFL is. So, just hearing that from my peers, it makes me feel a little better than other things.”
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Diggs ended the 2021 season having completed 52 tackles, 21 passes defensed and an NFL-best eleven interceptions. Two of these interceptions were returned for touchdowns. Diggs had seven interceptions in the six first games of the season. This tied Rod Woodson’s NFL record.His breakthrough season in 2021 saw him named to the All-Pro Second Team and to his first Pro Bowl.
Diggs was a strong performer in 2020, with 58 tackles, 14 passes defensed and three interceptions. The 24-year-old claimed that things had slowed down at the end 2020 and that he was able to enjoy a strong 2021 campaign. “So, me coming in next year, I’m like, I know what to expect. I know how everything is now,” Diggs said. “I dropped quite a few interceptions my rookie season as well, too. So, now, I just know how to capitalize on my opportunities when they come. They rarely come, so when they come, you got to make it. And just going out there and competing, the game slowed down a lot for me now, and I’m having fun with it.”