Cody O'Connell is yet to arrive on campus, much less play a snap in a WSU uniform, and yet people are already writing profiles about him. I guess that's what happens when you are 6'8 and 350 pounds.
The profile from the Murrow News Service includes a few interesting details. A lot of players O'Connell's size tend to come from big families, but his dad is 6-foot, while his mom is 5-foot-10 and his sister 5-foot-4. There are also a few awesome quotes including the one from Mike Leach in the headline. There is also this from O'Connell's high school coach Scott Devereaux.
"I know Leach likes really big tackles. Well, he's got a skyscraper for one now," Devereaux said.
I don't know if skyscrapers would be good at blocking defensive ends, but let's hope O'Connell is.
O'Connell part of 'big' changes in Pullman | KREM.com Spokane
At age eight, Cody O’Connell wasn’t allowed to play with kids his age – he was too big. Brand new to the game, the 135-pound youngster was forced to play with 12- and 13-year-olds.
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