Tight end | Iowa | Senior
Height: 6 feet, 3 inches | Weight:248 pounds
2015: finished second on the Hawkeyes with 35 receptions and third on the team with 405 receiving yards in 14 games; caught one touchdown; helped Iowa go 12-0 in the regular season and advance to the Big Ten title game and Rose Bowl
Career:totaled 42 receptions for 463 yards and four touchdowns in 46 games played; two of Krieger-Coble's three catches in 2014 were for touchdowns; made the most of his expanded role as a senior and garnered an invite to the Senior Bowl
Iowa Pro Day results
Krieger-Coble was not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, but he did participate in Iowa's Pro Day, posting the following numbers:
40-yard dash: 4.8 seconds
Bench press: 10 repetitions of 225 pounds
Vertical jump: 33.5 inches
Broad jump: 9 feet, 2 inches
3-cone drill: 7.72 seconds
20-yard shuttle: 4.52 seconds
Summary: While it seems like a stronger line of differentiation is being drawn between tight ends who are extensions of the offensive line and those that have more passing targets than some receivers, versatility is still an important quality to offer. Krieger-Coble was able to play-in line and help the run game and showed reliable hands in the passing game during his senior season and a week of practices at the Senior Bowl. He lettered three years in high school varsity football as a receiver, tight end and linebacker and was a four-year letterman in basketball and baseball.
Stacking up:NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock initially ranked Krieger-Coble as his fifth-best tight end in this year's crop of players, but has slid him out of the rankings.
Family tradition:Krieger-Coble's mother, Amy Krieger, played softball at Iowa. He and his first cousin, George Kittle (a redshirt junior in 2015) were the number one and two options at tight end for the Hawkeyes last season. Kittle posted 20 receptions for 290 yards and six touchdowns. Kittle's father, Bruce, played offensive line at Iowa (1977-79, 1981) and co-captained the 1982 Rose Bowl team.
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