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Name: Dillon Doyle (Transfer from Iowa)
College: Baylor     Number: 5
Height: 6-3   Weight: 240
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB/FB
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.73
   40 Time: 4.81
  40 High: 4.90

> Projected Round: 5-6  Stock:    

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Weight: 240

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PNagurski...2021: HMC...2020: HMC...Transfer from Iowa



 Dillon Doyle, Baylor, Player News

  07/29/22 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY WATCHLIST: LB Dillon Doyle, Baylor,...In 2021, Doyle was an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection by the league's coaches in addition to being named to Dave Campbell's Texas Football's All-Texas Team. He finished second on the team with 90 tackles and third with 8.5 tackles for loss. He has already been recognized as a Preseason First-Team All-Big 12 selection by Athlon, Phil Steele, and the Big 12 media, in addition to being named Second Team All-Texas by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine. - Baylor Football

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  07/17/22 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  Baylor's Dillon Doyle may not be the second coming of Kordell Stewart, but he slashed between two sides of the football rather nicely in 2021. Not only did the linebacker rank second on the Bears with 91 tackles, but he also made several key plays on offense as a part-time fullback. He even scored a pair of touchdowns in a win over BYU. So, could Doyle's success as a two-way threat lead to Baylor experimenting with more guys going both ways in 2022, at least in certain situations? They're not about to rule it out. "We have a history of that, right? (Running back) Abram Smith was a linebacker, I played a little bit of offense last year," Doyle said. "But I think those questions will be answered as needs arise. But it's not out of the question."

Baylor coach Dave Aranda said that he envisions that Doyle will continue to have a role offensively in his senior season, even while maintaining his myriad defensive responsibilities. As for whether Doyle will have buddies in that regard, it remains to be seen, Aranda said. "There wasn't a bunch of that in the spring. I think there'll be more of that in the fall, with our complete team," Aranda said. "We've got a few guys among the young guys who could play in various spots (both ways). So we'll be excited to see that develop." - Waco Tribune Herald


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  04/26/22 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  Terrel Bernard wasn't just a three-time all-Big 12 linebacker, he was a tremendous leader with an exemplary work ethic that made his Baylor teammates want to follow. Talk about going out with a bang: In Baylor's 21-7 Sugar Bowl win over Ole Miss, Bernard amassed a career-high 20 tackles and two sacks in his final game as a senior. Those are Mike Singletary numbers.

With Bernard gone, fifth-year senior Dillon Doyle is the obvious next man up to take over the leadership role for Baylor's linebackers. "It's a pleasure, it's great to just have that guy around," said Baylor defensive coordinator and inside linebackers coach Ron Roberts. "Not just what he provides as a good player, but what he provides from a leadership standpoint and how to do things. He's first-class in everything. I can't say enough about him, and you guys know that." After transferring from Iowa, Doyle has started for Baylor for the past two seasons. He's coming off a tremendous junior year as he ranked second behind Bernard with 89 tackles with nine for loss along with an interception and a forced fumble. Nicknamed Diesel, Doyle even stepped in at fullback occasionally on the goal line as he ran for a touchdown and caught a touchdown pass. He's more than ready to take over leadership roles that Bernard and All-America safety Jalen Pitre carried last season for Baylor's defense. - Waco Tribune Herald


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  10/17/21 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  Abram Smith and Dillon Doyle were quite a 1-2 running punch for Baylor, providing future Big 12 foe and 19th-ranked BYU a glimpse at what the Cougars could face in their new conference. Smith ran for 188 yards with three touchdowns, while linebacker and part-time fullback Doyle scored on both of his offensive touches in a 38-24 win Saturday. "Obviously not our best game," BYU coach Kilani Sitake said. "We just were out-physicaled today, so that was a difficult game to accept...Really got a good gut-check." Baylor (6-1) led by only three points midway through the third quarter before Doyle caught a 2-yard TD pass from Gerry Bohanon.

Smith ran for a 7-yard score about 3 1/2 minutes later to make it 31-14, after TJ Franklin's sack that forced a fumble by Cougars quarterback Jaren Hall. "This was a standard game...I think is a big thing for us, having it come from the inside, intrinsically being able to push yourself," second-year Bears coach Dave Aranda said. "That's a big step in the right direction." BYU (5-2) last month accepted an invitation to join the Big 12 Conference starting in the 2023 season. The Cougars have lost back-to-back games for the first time since the end of 2019, after a 5-0 start that included three wins over Pac-12 teams and peaking at No. 10 in the AP Top 25. - Baylor/AP College Football


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  12/20/20 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Dillon Doyle (LB),...Seven earned honorable mention distinction, senior defensive end William Bradley-King, sophomore linebacker Dillon Doyle, Ebner as a running back, redshirt sophomore kicker John Mayers, junior defensive back Christian Morgan, Pitre as the defensive player of the year and junior defensive back JT Woods. - Baylor Football

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  07/31/20 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  Baylor sophomore linebacker Dillon Doyle has received an NCAA waiver to play immediately this season following his transfer from Iowa. Doyle is expected to challenge for a starting linebacker spot for the Bears. He played in all 13 games for the Hawkeyes as a redshirt freshman last season as he made 13 solo tackles and 10 assists. Doyle is the son of former Iowa strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle, who reached a separation agreement with the university following allegations from former players that he had made racial comments to them. - Waco Tribune Herald

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  06/19/20 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  Former Iowa sophomore linebacker Dillon Doyle announced Thursday that he's transferring to Baylor. Doyle is the son of former Iowa strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle, who reached a separation agreement with Iowa on Monday after allegations from former players that he had made racial comments to them. Dillon Doyle announced his decision to transfer to Baylor on Twitter. He will have to redshirt in 2020 under NCAA transfer rules unless he can obtain a waiver from the NCAA. "Baylor provides a special situation to be part of a culture with world-class people and coaches every day, and I can't wait to get started," Doyle said. Doyle played in all 13 games for the Hawkeyes in 2019 with three starts, finishing with 23 tackles. He played in four games in 2018, mostly on special teams with two tackles.

The 6-3, 237-pound Doyle was a finalist for Iowa high school football Gatorade player of the year at Iowa City in 2017 after he recorded 73 tackles with 12 for loss while also making 19 catches for 242 yards and four touchdowns. Doyle is the second transfer linebacker for Baylor since the campus was shut down in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Arkansas State graduate transfer William Bradley-King announced in April that he's transferring to Baylor and will be immediately eligible in 2020. - Waco Tribune


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  06/18/20 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  Former Iowa linebacker Dillon Doyle has found his new college home in Waco, Texas. Doyle announced his commitment to Baylor via Twitter on Thursday. "I want to thank everyone that has SUPPORTED me throughout my recruitment," Dillon Doyle wrote in his tweet. "Baylor provides a SPECIAL situation to be part of a CULTURE with world-class PEOPLE and COACHES every day, and I CAN'T WAIT to get started."

Doyle is the son of former Hawkeye strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle who reached a separation agreement earlier this week with the university after Black former football players alleged he fostered a culture of racial bias and bullying. Dillon Doyle announced he was entering the NCAA transfer portal on June 9, three days after Chris Doyle was placed on paid administrative leave by Iowa. A three-star 2018 prospect out of Iowa City West, Doyle logged 23 tackles as a sophomore this past season for the Hawkeyes. - Iowa City Press-Citizen


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  06/09/20 - ILB Dillon DoylerSr/2023, Baylor, 6-3, 240 (DS#6 ILB) + More +

  A three-star 2018 prospect out of Iowa City West, Doyle logged 23 tackles as a sophomore this past season for the Hawkeyes. "I'd like to thank my teammates and others in the community for the overwhelming amount of SUPPORT I've received the last few days," Doyle said in a tweet announcing he was entering the NCAA transfer portal. Since last Friday, black former Hawkeye football players have come forward with allegations of racial discrimination they faced while playing for Iowa, and numerous accounts were centered on Chris Doyle. On Saturday, Iowa placed Doyle on indefinite administrative leave. And on Sunday, head coach Kirk Ferentz told reporters that athletic director Gary Barta would coordinate an independent investigation on Iowa's strength and conditioning program, which Doyle has led since 1999. - Iowa City Press-Citizen

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