"I love to hit people, it's a lot of fun. I get hyped up, clapping in their face after I hit them," he laughed.
It's no surprise that the 6'2", 215 lb. Ware cites that toughness as one of his greatest strengths at the position.
"I was really happy when I got my first offer from Washington State. I haven't talked to the coaches yet about how they want to use me, but I'm interested in the program. I like how they lift weights every day, work hard in the off-season, and they do their schoolwork," he said.
Cobb is also going to take a closer look at the Broncos.
"I don't know much about Boise State, but I'm really interested in them. I like their field and their football team is very good. They use a lot of speed," he said.
Though he isn't jumping full-on into the recruiting process quite yet, there are a few other programs that have caught Cobb's eye.
Cobb won't take visits for a while and is instead spending the remainder of the off-season working on improving as a player. "Our team lifts weights and runs track; I do the 100m and the 4 x 100m. I'm working on my speed, with track and by training my core. I come out every day working hard," he said.