2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about NICK COE: Auburn, 6045 280 4.81. Junior entry, one-year starter, Asheboro, NC. Reached his peak in 2018 and failed to maintain his starting role last fall. A big time high school wrestler in the 285-pound class. Was known for his position-versatility at Auburn, as he lined up as a stand up outside linebacker, 3-4 defensive end, and 4-3 defensive tackle. The tool set he brings to the table allowed him to achieve the tweener-status, one he really produced from in 2018 (13.5 TFL and 7 sacks). However that tweener status didn’t help him much in 2019, as he struggled to make a consistent impact. There is a lot of stiffness in his game and a team may want to force him into one spot and develop him there. His ideal position is likely a 3-4 defensive end where he can use his length and contact power to consume blockers and control 1-2 gaps. Long armed with a country-strong upper body and capable knee bend. An inside-out player that has a bit of a tweener-style. Has a body that will handle more bulk over time. Gets his hands on the blocker early with a violent strike. Capable of playing low and quick. Will make reads inside and show natural gravitation toward the action. A strong finisher who wraps up the ball carrier with man-strength and solid wrap up technique. Shows the extra gear burst while closing in on the ball. Has shown an array of developed rush moves inside. Doesn’t play with consistent pad level. Will get caught looking in the backfield and lose track of his leverage and width. Has a hard time disengaging. 2019 stats: 15 T, 3 TFL, 3 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.41, right 2.30. OSR:12/25. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 3/4, H-10 1/4, BP-21, 10-1.67).