Scott Coffman
Scott  Coffman


Sugarland, Texas

High School:
Strake Jesuit

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 215




2007: Appeared in eight games, starting in seven ... Had eight tackles (2 solo) and 0.5 tackle-for-loss at Stony Brook ... Had four solo games against Lafayette ... Had seven tackles (1 solo) against Yale ... Had five tackles (4 solo) and one pass breakup at Holy Cross ... Recorded a career-high 10 tackles (6 solo) against Cornell ... Had four tackles (2 solo) and one tackle-for-loss at Penn.

2006: A reserve linebacker who saw action in all 11 games as a freshman ... Finished the season with nine tackles, seven solo ... Had a career-high two tackles on three occasions, at Brown, at Colgate and at Fordham.

High School: Played football and basketball at Strake ... Three-year letterwinner at linebacker in football ... Captained both teams as a senior ... First team All-District 19-5A in 2005 ...Earned honorable mention kudos as a junior ... Led the 2005 team to a 9-2 record and Bi-District title.

Personal: Born on February 2, 1988 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma ... The son of Richard and Karen Coffman ... Brother Christopher attends the United States Air Force Academy, and brother Patrick attends the United States Naval Academy ... Lists his two brothers as the most influential people in his career ... Honor roll all four years in high school.

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