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This is a great read!
Way to Go Coach Diaco using the talent you have and figuring out how to use it best!
Stille used to moving people-- on the field and the mat
Coach Diaco said
There are other attributes Husker defensive coordinator Bob Diaco brings up when talking about the redshirt freshman, who is listed at 6-5, 255 pounds. Mike Riley mentioned after the game that Stille is actually a guy somewhere between that middle area of two positions. He could be a defensive lineman. In Diaco's scheme, he's called an outside linebacker.
A guy could get lost as a tweener, but Diaco has found ways to use him.
"Ben is tough and smart and big and strong," Diaco said. "So when you're playing in that overhang position, or in the alley in force, he can be a hard guy to move around. And if he's got the right alignment and he's got the right stance, and he's got the right fit, and he doesn't lose his eyes because he's football intelligent and disciplined, he can be a force there in that alley."