Just a thought but when doing CB's, you kinda gotta make a decision as to what it's being made to do... because you'll end up with something it WON'T do.
INT style- Will be light weight, low strength, and low tackling because you need Vision, Speed, Agility, Jumping and Catching.
Tackle style - Will be heavier, stronger, with more tackling so Catching will likely either not happen or be low in skill.
AEQ. Everyone says you need 2 Make INT % pieces ... 2 Make Tackle % pieces... and 2 Avoid Fake pieces. Problem. You can only have 4 AEQ pieces (with a little boost from CEQ). My math says that's an issue.
So I would think the INT style would have 2 Make Int % pieces and 2 AF % pieces but no MT pieces.
A Tackle style (which I use to build with deflect/cover in mind) would have the 2 AF and 2 MT pieces but no INT % gear.
Just saying. I mean, I'm building a cover LB that has all 3 but that means at least one of those is going to only have 1 piece with no stack. I'll use the CEQ to stack with one other and one will have 2 AEQ stacked... which is about the best you can do, IMHO.
(EDIT; If you're building a PURE INT CB then you might just not get MT. I mean, I've seen those 150 pound-10 strength- 30 tackling guys with 90 catching and all that for making INT's and they had MT gear... but were virtually worthless at tackling unless they were trying to tackle a 150 pound speed WR. Big ol' TE's and backs? Forget it. No amount of MT will overcome that build.