That's the view of Gary Myers, the former longtime New York Daily News columnist who chronicled the finest years of Revis' career with the Jets and has been a longtime Hall voter.
I concur with Myers, and when I look at the Class of 2023, I don't see any major roadblocks that should impede Revis' path.
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Aaron Schatz, editor-in-chief of Football Outsiders. I would definitely vote Revis in as a first-ballot Hall of Famer, as the best cornerback of this current century.
He's going to be the first Hall of Fame corner whose entire career has been charted by advanced stats companies.
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Some might ask the question if Revis' body of work is long enough to warrant first-ballot consideration, or perhaps will be swayed by his less-than-stellar play in his final seasons. He was a transcendent player, and thus, more than worthy of first-ballot entry.
Mike Sando, senior NFL writer and member of HOF selection committee.
But he certainly will be a strong candidate for Canton.
Only five modern-era candidates earn enshrinement in a given year, which is the No. Dwight Freeney, Jason Witten and Joe Thomas will also be first-time candidates when Revis becomes eligible, as will Kam Chancellor, who deserves consideration now that other guys with injury-shortened careers have made it in.
Even more impressive is early on, before he really became Revis Island, the way he baited quarterbacks into throwing at him.