PFF scouting profile: Henry Krieger Coble, TE, Iowa

Mike Renner and the PFF draft crew evaluate the prospects of Iowa TE Henry Krieger Coble.

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PFF scouting profile: Henry Krieger Coble, TE, Iowa

Below is the PFF draft profile for Iowa TE Henry Krieger Coble, which incorporates PFF’s college grades and scouting intel from our team of analysts. To see all of PFF’s 2016 scouting reports, click here.

Position fit:

Tight end

Stat to know:

67th-graded run-blocker in the draft class

Combine stats:

Height: 6-3

Weight: 248

Arm length: 31 ⅜”

Hand size: 9 ¼”

40-yard dash*: 4.8

Broad jump*: 9-2

Vertical jump*: 33.5”

Bench*: 10

3-cone drill*: 7.72

20-yard shuttle*: 4.52

*Performed at Pro Day

What he does best:

–Some shiftiness after the catch. Five broken tackles on the season. Utilized in Iowa’s offense on flat-routes and catch-and-run situations.

–Excelled on option routes underneath. Knows how to set linebackers up with the stems of his routes and create space on ins/outs.

Biggest concern:

–Lacks height for the position and was often overmatched when blocking along the line of scrimmage. One of lower run blocking grades in the class.

–Below-average athlete with little production working down the field.

–Only one year as a full-timer at Iowa. 220 snaps as a junior.

Player comparison:

Garrett Graham, Houston Texans. Undersized guys with ball skill, but little else to get excited about in either’s game.

Bottom line:

With limited size and athleticism and a poor run-blocking profile, Krieger-Coble will be fighting for a roster spot.

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