Keondre Coburn

Keondre Coburn

  • IDL Texas
  • Senior
  • #277
  • 6'2"
  • 343lbs
  • Prospect
  • Big 12

Prospect Summary

Keondre Coburn NFL Draft Scouting Report

IDL, Texas Longhorns

Keondre Coburn is a fifth-year senior defensive lineman who has played in more than 50 games with 45 starts. Finishing the 2022 season, Coburn was named a second-team All-Big-12 player and logged 28 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, and one forced fumble—his most productive year in college. At 6-foot-2 and 350 pounds, Coburn profiles as an interior defensive lineman that has a quick first step that when combined with natural strength/power, allows him to occasionally make impactful plays along the defensive line in both the run game and as a pass rusher.

In the run game, Coburn utilizes a quick first step to quickly get into offensive linemen and establish the line of scrimmage. Coburn plays with a low pad level which makes it difficult for offensive linemen to get good hand placement and work to displace Coburn. While Coburn can maintain the line of scrimmage, he also has the ability to get backfield penetration utilizing his quickness. On called slants and stunts, Coburn does a good job playing with low pad height and shooting gaps to get in the backfield and be disruptive. 

As a pass rusher, Coburn is most effective on twists and aunts where he can use his unexpected athleticism and lateral agility to work to get to the quarterback. Coburn is a high-motor/effort player who can retrace his pass rush. Coburn also shows to have good pursuit as a pass rusher and will pursue the quarterback until he releases the ball. 

Coburn’s concerns as a player come from his limitations due to his lack of length. In the run game, Coburn has limited range along the line of scrimmage because he appears to have limited arm length. His arm length also affects him when he is playing gap control technique and offensive linemen have a chance to engage with him first and dictate the play. As a pass-rusher, his lack of length allows offensive linemen to shoot their hands from distance and start to stall Coburn’s rush. 

Overall, Coburn is a high-effort player who appears to have some limitations but can be successful when placed in advantageous situations.

Top Reasons to Buy In:

  • Motor/effort  
  • Quick first step

Top Reasons For Concern: 

  • Limited length  
  • Lack of production    
  • Role-specific

Size (NFL Combine):

Height: 6′ 2”

Weight: 332 lbs

Arm Length: 31 1/2”

Hand Size: 9 1/8”

Athletic Testing (NFL Combine):

40-yard Dash: 5.22s

Vertical Jump: 27.5”

Broad Jump: 8′ 5”

Short-Shuttle: TBD

Three-Cone: TBD

Bench Reps: 24 reps

Ideal Role: Rotational DT 

Scheme Fit: 3-4 NT or 4-3 DT

TDN Consensus Grade: 68.00/100 (Sixth-Round Value)

  • Sanchez Grade: 68.00/100

Written By: Keith Sanchez 

Exposures: Alabama (2022), Oklahoma (2022), TCU (2022), Kansas State (2022)

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