April 2, 2021
2021 National Scouting Combine | Ahkee Cox-Cowan | football | Jaylon McClain-Sapp | Jeremiah Wait | Jimmy Kibble | Player Comparison
DB Ahkee Cox-Cowan – Kutztown: Teams couldn’t pass on him while he was there, best player on the field in every game. Hip Fluidity, ability to change directions, and doing these while playing under control were super intriguing off of his film. Came to the National Scouting Combine and didn’t disappoint, showed he wasn’t afraid of the moment and you were able to were able to see everything come together especially during the Positional Drills. When you compare him to 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Jaylon McClain-Sapp from Marshall, he overall performed better.
Jaylon McClain-Sapp Pro Day Results (3/10/21) vs. Ahkee Cox-Cowan at The National Scouting Combine (3/9/21) – 3-Cone, Pro Agility, and 40 yd. dash all laser-timed at the National Scouting Combine.
|40 yd.||4.51||40 yd.||4.71|
|Broad Jump||10’05”||Broad Jump||122.5|
|Pro Agility||4.46||Pro Agility||4.07|
|3-Cone Drill||7.21||3-Cone Drill||7.03|
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2021 National Scouting Combine Results
My biggest strength would have to be my ability to cover anybody, my natural hips, my IQ of the game, my speed and explosiveness that help me to be an elite defender on any team right now.
I came from Harrisburg High School and my recruiting process unique. Although I had many different thoughts and routes in mind, I ended up choosing to attend Kutztown University. I chose Kutztown mainly because I witnessed some fire in the coaching staff, good fire that is. Some fire I believe could make KU become a successful program and help me to become a better person and player. I liked the vision and what the campus had to offer, leading to my ultimate decision of committing.
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