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    Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Yes, i know this has been posted in the past (didn't want to go find it), but i like his potential especially considering his limited amount of time/coaching spent on the D-Line. Half of his plays look effortless and he closes pretty quick to the ball for a 280 pounder. Dude definitely looks the part.....man among boys in this video. His stunt at 2:21 was impressive. Going to be interesting to see how he does after a summer of ISU coaching/work outs.




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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Well, he looks the part. I hope they don't move him inside. It'd be nice to have a pair of play making ends that are NOT undersized for once.




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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    If he and Willie Scott can tear it up, we'll be able to stay in some games.


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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    He was not quite as explosive as I thought he was but he definately looks like a DT. Seems to be a smart player too, love the ball strip he had towards the end.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Quote Originally Posted by State43 View Post
    He was not quite as explosive as I thought he was but he definately looks like a DT. Seems to be a smart player too, love the ball strip he had towards the end.
    Agreed, I liked that I saw him "stay home" alot too. Not getting lost in the chase and keeping his assignment. Hopefully that's a function of his coachability.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    At the KSU game I sat by a KSU recruiting guy. He said Snyder was eying Coe but said his one downfall was that with his speed he would over pursue on a lot of plays. Snyder ended up taking the DE opposite of Coe. He went on to say Coe needed to learn, at the DE position, to balance his speed and be more of a bullrusher. I think at DT he will thrive because of this speed, he will be able to blow up centers/guards and be in the quarterbacks face more effectively coming up the middle.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    I really like this guy. Great size, shape, and speed. He also seemed to play smart, seeing the ball-carrier on misdirection and broken plays, as well as stripping the ball during tackles. I would love to see him combining with our fast LBs to make a lot of tackles. We have a lot of team speed on our DL and LBs. And we haven't seen much of Aka yet. This is going to be a much different defense, but it is shaping up to be strong, especially if they can get better in the film room of knowing how to use their size and speed, as well as actually make the tackles.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    He's a DT for Iowa State, not a DE



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    I think either he or Irving need to move inside. Scott, Jensen, Coe, and Irving would be a decent front four next season. IMO, they would definitely do enough to have a scoring defense in the top half of the conference.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    He's a DT for Iowa State, not a DE

    Wouldn't putting him at DT limit our use of his speed and mobility? Maybe not, if we are going to take advantage of his ability to make plays on stunts. He is big enough for DT, but he sure looks natural at DE.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    He's a DT for Iowa State, not a DE
    So did CPR confirm this? I figured as much but I wasn't sure if we as fans started saying this and it became it's own thing.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    I think either he or Irving need to move inside. Scott, Jensen, Coe, and Irving would be a decent front four next season. IMO, they would definitely do enough to have a scoring defense in the top half of the conference.

    Irving is the one I would move inside and get him to make his push then get his hands up in the air. He could be so disruptive on passes with his reach. He is the one for whom I worry about getting out of position because he is running to make the tackle.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Love how he works the outside in!


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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycsk View Post
    Irving is the one I would move inside and get him to make his push then get his hands up in the air. He could be so disruptive on passes with his reach. He is the one for whom I worry about getting out of position because he is running to make the tackle.
    The only reason I'm against moving Irving inside is his wingspan is a threat on bubble screens. He doesn't have the speed Coe does at defensive end, but that length to potentially scare the crap out of teams who thrive in a horizontal passing game is something I find appealing.



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    Re: Rodney Coe IWCC Video

    Move Irving inside, at 6-foot-8? I thought one of the keys for interior DLs is the ability to get under the pads of offensive linemen? One reason guys like Nick Leaders and Brent Curvey were so successful (but McDonough is what, 6-foot-5?)?

    Hard to imagine Irving can play inside. Someone ask Shane Burnham if you happen to bump into him.


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