With Cody, what you're going to get is a physical kid who loves contact. He's a legitimate 350 pounds, and frankly he loves to mash people at the line of scrimmage. He has good hand work and a great initial burst, and that mixed with his raw size basically made him an immovable object anchoring the nose. He was not a guy who was able to get deep into the opposing backfield for obvious reasons, but at worst he almost always neutralized his opponent at the line of scrimmage and held his position at the point of attack, and more often that not generally powered the opposing center and guard into the backfield. I could easily count on one hand the number of times in two years at Alabama that an opposing center and guard combo were able to plow through the defensive interior with Cody in the game.Baltimore Beatdown: Introducing Nose Tackle Terrence Cody I did a quick overview of Terrence Cody for the Baltimore Ravens' SB Nation blog. Make sure you go over and check it out.