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Howard LB Keith Pough measured 6-foot-1 3/4 and 241 pounds at this week's East-West Shrine all-star event. Pough was listed at a lankier 6-foot-3, 225 by Howard University. A favorite of Rotoworld's Josh Norris, Pough is built like an NFL middle linebacker and also has an impressive 79-inch wingspan, which will help for pass coverage purposes. Through two East-West Shrine practices, Pough has been a standout on the field. Jan 15 - 11:19 PM Source: National Football Post
Keith Pough Scouting Report by Damond Talbot
"Pough probably has the best first step in the MEAC, he anticipates the snap especially well. He gets up to top speed in a flash, and while he's still raw, Pough is beginning to develop some nice pass rush moves. Unless he adds an additional 15 pounds he will never be able to bull rush an Offensive lineman. Pough is an extremely disruptive pass rusher, is great at collapsing the pocket and forcing quarterbacks to step into pressure, forcing bad decisions. He plays with a lot of energy, and is an inspirational leader for the Bison's. He never quits on a play and is always working hard on the field and in the film room. Pough will chase down the ball carrier all over the field and is getting a better understanding of the game.
If he has another season like 2010, he could be in the running for the Buck Buchanan award where he was a semi-finalist last season. Pough had an offer from LSU, a partial offer from Clemson, Vanderbilt and New Mexico State and all the teams in the MEAC were scouting him, but he chose Howard because his mother's influence.
He is a gym rat and is always working on building his core muscles, If Keith can add additional weight without taking away from his first step he could be something special. He needs to work on pass coverage this season and being able to read the Offense better on slant plays. In addition to leading or tying the MEAC in three statistical categories, Pough led the entire nation in tackles for losses, was sixth nationally in forced fumbles, tied for 8th in sacks and tied for 23rd in total tackles. He now has a chance to break the school record for tackles for loss.