Dan Cody School: Oklahoma
Ht: 6-5.5 Wt: 254 40: 4.68 Year: 5Sr
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 38/16/8
as a senior after 63/17/10 the prior year. All-
Conference player the past two years and an
All-American as a senior.
Positives: Outstanding athlete
best characterized as a high-motor player.
Explosive off the snap, displaying great first-step quickness, possesses an array of moves
to beat blockers, and jumps inside of opponents
or wedges between linemen to get penetration.
Comes off the edge with force, pursues from the
backside with speed, and makes plays in every
direction. Alert, quickly locates the ball and
has the ability to immediately alter his angle of
attack. Deceptively strong and tough to move off
the point. Plays with great balance, body control
and rarely off his feet. Effective dropped off the
line of scrimmage and makes plays in space.
Negatives: Lacks top size and has difficulty against
bigger linemen. Must improve his play against
Analysis: A defender who combines
outstanding playing speed with tenacity and
football intellect, Cody has the abilities to be a
productive pass-rushing end at the next level
that could eventually develop into an every-down
lineman in a conventional defense.
Prospect Profile: Dan Cody
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