I think he could be a very solid NCB and a possible #2 CB if Bartell or Butler cant handle the job. He could also play FS because of his size and speed. He's a very versatile athlete who is still raw at the CB position, but he demonstrated in his first two seasons that he has what it takes to be dominant.
2002 (Freshman): A starter in eight of the Tide's 13 games, Charlie and departed senior Waine Bacon led the team in interceptions with four each. He also added 47 tackles, one stop behind the line and teamed with Nautyn McKay-Loescher for a sack in the Mississippi State game. Charlie had interceptions against Southern Miss (seven-yard return), Georgia (a 35-yard TD return that gave the Tide a 25-24 lead with 8:24 left in the game), Tennessee (a 48-yard return that led to a Tide touchdown in the 34-14 win) and Hawaii (no return). He played a total of 616 snaps on the season, including a career-high 62 in a start against Georgia.
2003 (Sophomore): He closed the season with four interceptions for a team-leading 93 yards in returns. He also had 69 tackles, three stops behind the line for five yards and a team-best 14 pass break-ups. He forced one fumble and recovered two. He had 917 snaps and has now played 1,533 snaps in his two-year career. He had double-figure tackles against Georgia (10) and LSU (13) and had interceptions against South Florida (51 yards and TD), Arkansas (six yards), Mississippi State and LSU (36 yards). His 183 career return yards ranks sixth.