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Nautyn McKay-Loescher

According to defensive ends coach Paul Randolph, to be a great defensive lineman requires heart, desire and an all-out effort. <br><br>If that is the standard, Nautyn McKay-Loescher is the prototype.

"I think his temperament and work habits could make him a great defensive lineman," Randolph said. "He only knows one speed, wide-open." "The Chief" is a lethal 6-4, 248-pound speed rusher with a relatively lean build for a defensive end that belies his power and ferocity. His trademark pass rushing move is the quick spin, as he relies on his athleticism and smarts rather than brawn to evade...

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