|Name, Jersey #||Thomas Incoom / #9|
|School (Code)||Central Michigan (MICE) (2021 – Present), Valdosta State (2017 – 2020)|
|DOB, Class Yr||2-19-1999 / SR (6th Year)|
|Height, Weight||6002 / 265|
|40 Yd Dash||4.75|
|Arms, Hands||3278 / 0900|
|Position/Depth||DE / Starting|
|Honors/Captainship||2019 – First Team All-Gulf South Conference Honors|
|Season Viewed (yr)||2022 / 2021|
|Games Watched||v. Oklahoma State (2022)v. Washington State (2021)v. Robert Morris (2021)v. LSU (2021)|
|Scout Name / Date||Derrick Deen / 09-04-2022|
Per Year Stats (Most Recent First)
|2021||13 GP / 2 GS / 28 TKLs / 8.5 TFL / 4.0 Sacks / 6 QBH|
|2019||11 GP / 9 GS / 33 TKLs / 12.5 TFL / 9.5 Sacks / 2 PD / 4 FF|
|2018||14 GP / 3 GS / 28 TKLs / 5 TFL / 3.5 Sacks|
Sixth-year senior and transfer from Valdosta State (2017-20), aligned outside the tackle in 340 of his 369 total defensive snaps throughout 13 games (two started). Thick built upper frame, wide-chested with a sturdy core and broad, long arms on rangy, well-built legs. Very apparent that he added 25 pounds (240 to 265) between 2020 and 2022. Violent, sufficient get-off on the snap, does a good job stretching his body and getting long, really closing off running lanes. Good balance, doesn’t struggle to stay upright and keep his eyes in the backfield. Possesses a sufficient motor that can suffer in long drives, should be considered a three-down end. Creates early, exceptional penetration that is more effective when it’s from the two-point. More agile, quicker when rushing as a standing EDGE, can win a counter move but generally tries to bull rush the outside shoulder. Inside run defense is average, strong hands that can win high and make one-on-one plays. Can get stopped up and landlocked on blocks. Consistently on the receiving end of double blocks. Has sufficient instincts to cut back up the LOS to make a play. Seems to hesitate in pass rush sometimes, sees some when pass rushing outside. Would benefit from finding more bend in pass rush, especially paired with his strength.
4-3, three down EDGE.
Bulky, powerful EDGE with violent instincts, should be an impact as an outside/zone run defender with inside run capabilities. Average pass rusher that needs to consistently use his heavy-handed nature and build more agility before he becomes a true impact.