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Some of Molden positive attributes include a very strong upper body, large hands, durability, and he's very coachable. Molden plays the ball well in air, and he is capable of playing bump-and-run coverage, as well as supporting the run. Wes Bunting of Cowboys Blitz had this to say about Molden—
"Molden is a physical press corner who has shown good balance and recovery speed throughout all of his postseason performances. He ran a better-than-expected forty time at the combine (4.40) and led all corners with 23 reps on the bench. His quick feet and explosive vertical leap (37.5 inches) didn't hurt his cause either.
Molden was one of the rookies that drew the attention of Texans head coach Gary Kubiak during Houston's OTA's–
"It's amazing. You look at (Antwaun) Molden. You look at (Xavier) Adibi. The young tackle, Duane (Brown). The progress they have made, they've made it because they've gotten reps. It's almost like their first training camp before they've ever been to one in a lot of ways. We had some great work with them mentally. I would say those kids are -- I don't want to say any further ahead than some of the ones we have had in the past, but they are every bit as close to them. Hopefully, they'll help our team like our young guys have had in the past."
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