NFL Draft: Interview with Colorado State Defensive End Scott Patchan

This year’s NFL Draft is stacked with great talent in every round. With every player either bringing fantastic stats, a long list of honors, or something different to the table, it’s hard not to be excited for what’s to come next season.

One of those talented guys is the Colorado Football Program’s Scott Patchan. Patchan is a defensive end transferring from the University of Miami, where he collected 29 tackles, 14 solos, one sack and one forced fumble.

Starting with Colorado, Patchan was elected to the 2021 PFF Preseason All-Mountain West, First Team, 2021 Athlon Preseason All-Mountain West, First Team and Phil Steele Preseason All-Mountain West, Second Team. Some of his career highs include eight tackles versus Vanderbilt in September 2021, two and a half tackles for loss at Fresno State in October 2020 and two sacks at San Diego State in December 2020.

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