Coble had one of the most productive seasons for a two-way player in southeast Minnesota. He threw for around 1,200 yards with 14 touchdowns and rushed for nearly 500 yards with five scores on the ground. Defensively, he recorded four interceptions and nine pass breakups.
His junior-year output was somewhat overshadowed by the performances of area teams like Winona, Caledonia and Rochester Lourdes, along with individual talents like Noah Carlson and Leif Bungum.
That’s no longer the case. Coble has already picked up FCS offers from North Dakota and South Dakota State and with a good summer showing at team and/or individual camps, more could be on the way.
His superb athleticism (also a college basketball prospect) has helped land him on the radar of numerous Division I schools. He’s rated at No. 13 in Northstar Football News' Class of 2018 prospect rankings.