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Codey Cole III

Position Defensive End
Height 6'3''
Weight 275 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Ypsilanti, Mich.
High School Bellevue HS
bio

2019 (Sr.): Oklahoma: Recorded his first pass breakup of the season, and his KU career, against the Sooners … Matched his career-high three tackles from the week prior (two solo, one assisted) … at TCU: Set a new KU career best in tackles in Fort Worth, registering three on the day … West Virginia: Tied his KU career high in tackles with two as well as his best tackles-for-loss game, racking up 1.0 for a loss of two yards … at Boston College: Set a new Kansas career high with two solo tackles against the Eagles … Coastal Carolina: Started at defensive end vs. the Chanticleers … Recorded one solo tackle on the day … Indiana State: Saw action in the season opener … Made one tackle.

2018 (Jr.): Appeared in 12 games … Recorded eight tackles, including four solo and four assisted … Registered two tackles for a loss, including one sack … Central Michigan: Recorded first tackle in the Crimson and Blue … Oklahoma State: Credited for a career-high two tackles.

2017 (So. at Butler CC): Rated a three-star prospect according to Rivals.com … Collected 19 total tackles, including 3.0 tackles-for-loss, and a pass breakup during the 2017 campaign … Earned Honorable Mention All-KJCCC honors in 2017 … Played for head coach Tim Schaffner at BCC.

2016 (Fr. at Tiffin University): Registered 22 tackles, including 5.0 TFLs, during his one season with the Dragons … Also recorded 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and a pass breakup … Played under head coach Gary Goff at Tiffin.

High School: Earned three letters at Bellevue HS playing for head coach Matt Davenport … Helped lead BHS to a WAC conference title as a senior … Posted a career-high 15 tackles against Thurston HS … Named all-conference as a senior … Also lettered in basketball and baseball at BHS.

Personal: Son of Victoria and Charles Cole … Majoring in communication studies with a minor in sport management … Selected Kansas over offers from Fresno State, Memphis and UNLV, among others.