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  Malcolm Rodriguez cracked a little smile and leaned in toward the microphone. "Two thirty-five," he said confidently on Thursday afternoon at Big 12 Media Days at AT&T Stadium. Two years ago, Rodriguez played linebacker for Oklahoma State weighing just over 200 pounds, so you can understand why he takes pride in his new weight. His move from safety to linebacker was out of necessity back then. Safety was stocked with talent and linebacker was thin. The move was surprising at first, but it made sense when you saw Rodriguez on the field, even as an undersized linebacker.

But now, he's got the bulk to better take on blockers and ball carriers alike, while maintaining the speed that made him stand out at the position in the first place. It all adds up to a big score for Rodriguez, who will be a focal point of the Cowboy defense once again this season. The biggest reason for Rodriguez's added weight can be attributed to his willingness to do the work that strength coach Rob Glass asks of him. - Daily Oklahoman


rSr/2022 ILB Malcolm RodriguezOklahoma State
News Source: Daily Oklahoman



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