2015 NFL DRAFT

Coryell Judie, CB

School: Texas A&M  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Marlin, TX
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 194 lbs.
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03/08/2012 - Defensive back Coryell Judie finished with just 22 tackles last season after missing almost half of Texas A&M's games with a hamstring injury. That didn't stop him from hoping to impress some NFL scouts. Judie, who was expected to be one of A&M's top defensive players in 2011, worked out for scouts on Wednesday at the school's pro day, hoping his speed and athleticism would help them look past his injury-plagued college career. He says the adversity he faced at Texas A&M made him stronger and he's encouraged that several teams have shown interest. Still some are weary of his injury history which includes a broken wrist and three shoulder surgeries. "Most teams are iffy and wonder if I'm injury-prone, but I just tell them that I've been doing good rehab and getting my shoulder and hamstring well so I feel fine," he said. He was happy with his 40-yard dash times at last month's combine, where he ran a low time of 4.38, so he didn't run again on Wednesday. But he participated in many of the other drills and his 10-foot, 3-inch broad jump was the second best of the day. Some have projected Judie, who also returns kicks and punts, to be a third or fourth-round draft pick. He's the healthiest now that he's been in quite some time and is looking forward to the draft. "When the challenges came my way, I overcame them and I feel good about the position I'm in now," he said. - Kristie Rieken, AP Sports/Daily Journal

12/31/2011 - Scouting the Texas A&M pass defense: The threat A&M poses to sack quarterbacks, led by the Big 12 leader with eight sacks, LB Sean Porter, is far and away the best defense the Aggies can muster against the pass. Quarterbacks who buy time can usually spot open receivers. A&M ranked last in the Big 12 and 113th nationally in pass defense, allowing 280.5 yards on average and a 62 percent completion rate. A lingering hamstring injury suffered by lockdown CB Coryell Judie contributed to problems defending the pass. Judie should be able to use the bowl preparation period to adequately heal a strained hamstring that kept him out of three games and still limited him late in the season. - The Sports Xchange

11/23/2011 - CB Coryell Judie is practicing with the team, but has missed five straight games because of a strained hamstring so his playing time, and effectiveness, could be limited. - The Sports Xchange

09/28/2011 - CB Coryell Judie did not play against Oklahoma State because of a hamstring injury he suffered in practice. His availability for the Arkansas game was unknown during early practices leading into the game. - The Sports Xchange

09/26/2011 - CB Coryell Judie did not play in week 4 against Oklahoma State because of a hamstring injury. He would have been assigned to cover Oklahoma State All-American receiver Justin Blackmon. - The Sports Xchange

09/04/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: SMU at Texas A&M, Sept. 4 The old Southwest Conference rivals renew a rivalry that has heavily favored Texas A&M in recent years. The Aggies have won six straight against the Mustangs by 33 points on average. In addition, SMU has lost all but one of its last 14 road openers. Back-to-back bowl bids for the Mustangs have created renewed optimism under fourth-year coach June Jones. Eighteen starters return for a team that captured the West Division crown in Conference USA before losing the conference championship game and also falling to Army in the Armed Forces Bowl to finish 7-7. A&M is 9-0-1 against SMU in the last 10 meetings and has not lost in the series since 1984. KEYS TO THE GAME: Texas A&M will have to key on the run first, particularly since SMU returns RB Zach Line, who gained 1,494 yards last season with a 6.1-yard average per carry. Still, QB Kyle Padron gives the Mustangs a balanced threat after passing for 3,828 yards and 31 touchdowns a year ago. The receiving duo of Cole Beasley and Darius Johnson return after combining for 165 receptions. Although the Aggies possess experience on defense, SMU has enough veteran talent to stir problems as long as the Mustangs are allowed to stay in the game. Jones is accomplished as a coach who can turn around programs and A&M cannot afford to take SMU lightly in the rare Sunday matchup. - The Sports Xchange

09/01/2011 - WEEK 1, FIVE MATCHUPS TO WATCH: 2. SMU QB Kyle Padron vs. Texas A&M CBs Coryell Judie/Terrence Frederick...Head coach June Jones has the Mustangs on the up-swing, partially because of the play of 6-foot-4 rising junior Padron (3,828 yards, 31 TD in 2010). He'll miss having 2011 sixth-round pick Aldrick Robinson in his receiving crew, however, especially when throwing against two draftable corner prospects in Judie and Frederick. They combined for five interceptions and 13 pass break-ups in 2010, and will look to do more damage as seniors. Padron's arm strength has not been exceptional, but should be better as he continues to mature physically. Placing balls where only his receivers, and not Judie and Frederick, on slants and stop routes in Jones' spread offense can make plays would be a fine way to get on scouts' radars for the 2012 or 2013 drafts. - Chad Reuter, NFLDraftScout.com

08/25/2011 - The greater concern for A&M is on defense. That unit made considerable strides last season after Tim DeRuyter was hired as coordinator. Afterward, Sherman made sure to secure DeRuyter by convincing athletic director Bill Byrne to give the coach a raise. Still, one of the most versatile defenders in the country, hybrid linebacker Von Miller, is gone after winning the Butkus Award and going second overall in the NFL draft. The Aggies' top tackler from a year ago, linebacker Michael Hodges, also departed. Leaders must emerge among potential standouts, such as cornerback Coryell Judie, who also rates as one of the Big 12's top return threats. "You absorb the fact that you lost a great player with other guys stepping up and more familiarity with what you're doing," Sherman said. If the former NFL coach (Green Bay) is doing the right thing, the Aggies should return to the glory years they enjoyed when they ushered in the Big 12. In fact, they could be great. - The Sports Xchange

08/09/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE TEAM (MEDIA): DB Coryell Judie, Texas A&M, Sr, has been selected to the 2011 Preseason All-Big 12 Football team in voting conducted by media representatives who cover the Conference. Judie, from Marlin, Texas, has already been mentioned on watch lists for the Thorpe Award, the Bronko Nagurski Award and the Bednarik Award after a spectacular debut season in 2010. Last year, Judie tied for the team lead with four pickoffs and had eight broken up passes, while making 57 tackles. - Texas A&M football

08/09/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE TEAM (MEDIA): KR Coryell Judie, Texas A&M, Sr, has been selected to the 2011 Preseason All-Big 12 Football team in voting conducted by media representatives who cover the Conference. As a kickoff returner, Judie averaged 30.2 yards on 20 returns with two touchdowns in 2010. - Texas A&M football

07/12/2011 - 2011 JIM THORPE AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Coryell Judie, Texas A&M, CB, has been named one of 37 players selected to the Preseason Thorpe Award watch list for the 2011 college football season. The Thorpe Award, given annually to the nation's top defensive back, is one of the most coveted awards in college football and is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2011. Judie has also been selected to the watch lists for the Nagurski Award and the Bednarik Award, both of which are given to the nation's most outstanding defensive player. He has also been recognized this summer by the College Football Performance Awards as both a defensive back and kickoff returner. In his A&M debut season in 2010, the former Marlin High School standout tied for the team lead with four pickoffs and had eight broken up passes, while making 57 tackles. As a kickoff returner, Judie averaged 30.2 yards on 20 returns with two touchdowns. - Texas A&M football

07/11/2011 - 2011 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Coryell Judie, Texas A&M, CB, has been selected one of 87 players named to Preseason Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List for the 2011 college football season. The Bronko Nagurski Trophy is awarded annually to the nation's best defensive player by the Football Writers Association of America and the Charlotte Touchdown Club. In his A&M debut season in 2010, the former Marlin High School standout tied for the team lead with four pickoffs and had eight broken up passes, while making 57 tackles. As a kickoff returner, Judie averaged 30.2 yards on 20 returns with two touchdowns. - Texas A&M football

07/08/2011 - 2011 CHUCK BEDNARIK AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Coryell Judie, Texas A&M, CB, Sr., has been selected by the The Maxwell Football Club to the Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List for the 2011 college football season, given annually to the best defensive player. - The Maxwell Football Club

 
 
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03/08/2012 - Defensive back Coryell Judie finished with just 22 tackles last season after missing almost half of Texas A&M's games with a hamstring injury. That didn't stop him from hoping to impress some NFL scouts. Judie, who was expected to be one of A&M's top defensive players in 2011, worked out for scouts on Wednesday at the school's pro day, hoping his speed and athleticism would help them look past his injury-plagued college career. He says the adversity he faced at Texas A&M made him stronger and he's encouraged that several teams have shown interest. Still some are weary of his injury history which includes a broken wrist and three shoulder surgeries. "Most teams are iffy and wonder if I'm injury-prone, but I just tell them that I've been doing good rehab and getting my shoulder and hamstring well so I feel fine," he said. He was happy with his 40-yard dash times at last month's combine, where he ran a low time of 4.38, so he didn't run again on Wednesday. But he participated in many of the other drills and his 10-foot, 3-inch broad jump was the second best of the day. Some have projected Judie, who also returns kicks and punts, to be a third or fourth-round draft pick. He's the healthiest now that he's been in quite some time and is looking forward to the draft. "When the challenges came my way, I overcame them and I feel good about the position I'm in now," he said. - Kristie Rieken, AP Sports/Daily Journal

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