On we go with the pre-draft prospect visits. This time it’s Charleston Golden Eagles defensive end John Cominsky who has already visited with the Los Angeles Rams, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo:
Interest in @UCWV_Football DE John Cominsky is high. The #Rams, #Falcons, #Jets, #Saints and #Texans are among the teams who have kept an eye on the late Day 2/early Day 3 #NFLDraft hopeful. pic.twitter.com/85KrsTohH2— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) April 5, 2019
Garafolo’s blurb claims Cominsky has been in high demand, so that’s something to make note of. Regardless, Cominsky is a senior prospect who also competed in the Reese’s Senior Bowl, and that automatically makes him a serious target for Rams’ General Manager Les Snead.
Cominsky had 15.5 sacks in his four-year career at Charleston. Cominsky is 6’5” and 286 lbs, likely making him a defensive end in the Rams’ base 3-4 defense. Cominsky is a fantastic athlete who tested very well at the NFL Scouting Combine. Here’s his spider web from mockdraftable:
Here’s a blurb on Cominsky from NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein:
The one-time option quarterback should be able to impress with his athletic testing during postseason workouts, but he still needs to keep adding play strength to be ready to handle NFL offensive linemen. Cominsky is built like a 3-4 defensive end and flashes potential to handle those types of run duties down the road.
Cominsky could certainly be an option for the Rams on day three, though he might not make it there with how much interest there is surrounding him.