Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Had shoulder surgery after the season ... second-team All-Big 12 pick at cornerback, honorable mention as a returner, and conference Newcomer of the Year for 2010 … started 10 of 13 games played … finished with 57 tackles, two for loss … intercepted four passes and broke up four others … fifth nationally in kick returns, covering 605 yards and scoring twice on his 20 attempts. 2009: Redshirted after suffering an injury in fall camp. JUCO: Named a 2008 Junior College All-American at Fort Scott Community College ... as a freshman notched 44 tackles, intercepted six passes and broke up seven more ... as a sophomore recorded 38 tackles, intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble ... averaged 26.8 yards per kickoff return and 15.1 yards per punt return, including a touchdown.
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07/25/12 - CB Coryell Judie was waived by the Broncos with the designation non-football injury.
03/08/12 - 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