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Name: Scale Igiehon 
College: Boise State     Number: 90
Height: 6-2   Weight: 293
Position: DT  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 5.14
   40 Time: 5.24
  40 High: 5.35
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6021
Weight: 293

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Scale Igiehon, Boise State, Player News


  Boise State nose tackle Scale Igiehon is rocking a slimmer, sleeker build as the Broncos take the field for practice this fall, and he can feel the difference. "I feel way faster, and I'm definitely stronger and quicker," said Igiehon, who credited new strength coach Reid Kagy and staff with transforming his body. "I kind of describe it as unlocking my potential as far as speed and quickness and strength. I feel great." At his peak, Igiehon weighed 348 pounds as a senior at Del Valle High in Texas, and he weighed a little over 300 during his first two years at Boise State. He slimmed down to 293 last season and checks in at 290 this fall, but he spent the past year not just focused on losing weight, but also on becoming more explosive. "It's going to help me in the pass-rush game and in the run game," Igiehon told reporters on Saturday after the Broncos' fourth practice of fall camp.

Igiehon's physical transformation couldn't come at a better time for him or the team. The 6-foot-2 Texas native is in his senior season - although he'll have the option of returning next year thanks to the NCAA's offer of extra eligibility because of the impact COVID-19 had on last season. After struggling to dress enough defensive linemen to meet the Mountain West's requirements at times last year, the Broncos are now poised to be flush at the position this fall. A healthy rotation should help keep all the big men up front fresh, and staying on the field later in games means more opportunities for Igiehon to make game-changing plays. - Idaho Statesman


(DS#999 DT) Sr/2022 DT Scale IgiehonBoise State
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  Igiehon likely has the most upside of the group. There's a good chance he would have started as a sophomore had he not been playing behind a veteran group, led by David Moa, Chase Hatada and Sonatane Lui. Avalos said Thursday that the Del Valle, Texas, native is healthy this spring and moving better than ever. "He looks great moving around," Avalos said. "He has developed his burst and his quickness is elite." - Idaho Statesman

(DS#999 DT) Sr/2022 DT Scale IgiehonBoise State
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