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Cominsky dominated at the D-II level to earn a ticket to the Senior Bowl and scouting combine, he rolled up 140 tackles, including 39.5 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks over the past two seasons.
He is the first player from Charleston to ever be invited to the combine and would be the first player ever drafted into the NFL from this program. His future is as a two-gapping defensive end for an odd front.
Cominsky fell through the cracks on the recruiting trail as he signed on with the Golden Eagles as a 218-pound option quarterback before building himself into a rock-solid 286 pound monster in the weight room.
Cominsky is a self-made player who has grown into a legitimate NFL prospect, combining an Imposing, broad-shouldered frame with excellent overall weight distribution and deceptive athleticism, which was demonstrated in precisely 4.69 seconds in Indianapolis.
Despite his eye-popping 40-yard dash time, Cominsky appeared a small fish in a big pond early on against the top competition he saw at the Senior Bowl. He showed just average initial quickness and lateral agility to elude, struggling to get past pass blockers, even in one-on-one drills in which the defenders have an inherent advantage. He did not back down from the challenge, however, and improved as the week went on, showing the mental toughness and competitiveness required to make the NFL jump.
Cominsky is a stout run defender with the upper body strength and length to handle containment responsibilities, projecting best as a possible two-gap defensive end. He shows good lateral agility and balance through contact to string runs out wide in contain and keeps his eyes glued to the ball, peeling off blocks to pursue downfield.
Projection: Fifth Round
--Field Level Media