Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 14, 2021.
Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 14, 2021…Spent his graduate season at Iowa (2020), playing in two games with two starts at right tackle, after playing three seasons at Indiana (2017-19) and starting all 40 games he appeared in at left tackle…Named to the Outland Trophy Watch List prior to the 2019 and 2020 seasons…Played in two games for the Hawkeyes in 2020, starting both, before missing the final six games with an injury…Made his Iowa debut at Purdue (Oct. 24), starting at RT as the Hawkeyes gained 460 yards of total offense…Started at LT in all four games he appeared in as a senior at Indiana in 2019…Served as a team captain for the Hoosiers…Blocked as QB Michael Penix Jr. threw for 326 yards vs. Ball State (Aug. 31), becoming just the second Indiana freshman (Antwaan Randle El, 1998) to surpass 300 yards passing in his first start…Helped Indiana rack up 555 yards of total offense without allowing a sack in a 52-0 victory vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 7)…Suffered a season-ending ankle injury vs. Connecticut (Sept. 21)…Started at LT in all 11 games he appeared in as a junior in 2018…Part of an Indiana offense that ranked No. 2 in the Big Ten in first downs per game (23.5), No. 3 in passing offense (257.0 ypg) and tied for No. 6 in passing TDs (20)…Blocked as RB Stevie Scott III set Indiana true-freshman records with 228 rushing attempts, 1,137 rushing yards (5.0 avg.), 10 rushing TDs and six 100-yard games…Earned Indiana's Offensive Player of the Week award after helping Scott run for a season-high 204 yards and one TD on 31 carries (6.6 avg.) vs. Virginia (Sept. 8)…Protected QB Peyton Ramsey as he completed 36 passes (No. 4 in school history) for a season-high 345 yards and a TD vs. Purdue (Nov. 24)…Started all 12 games at LT as a sophomore in 2017…Helped Indiana finish No. 3 in the Big Ten in passing offense (265.7 ypg) as well as No. 6 in scoring offense (26.8 ppg) and total offense (395.8 ypg)…Part of a Hoosier offense that passed for a season-high 420 yards vs. No. 2 Ohio State (Aug. 31)…Opened holes as Indiana recorded a season-high 282 rushing yards vs. Georgia Southern (Sept. 23)…Named Indiana's Offensive Player of the Week after the team registered a season-high 503 yards of total offense vs. Rutgers (Nov. 18)…Started all 13 games at LT as a true freshman in 2016…Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team by ESPN.com and BTN.com and earned true-freshman All-America honors from 247Sports.com…Became the first true-freshman offensive lineman to start 13 games for Indiana…Part of an offense that ranked No. 2 in the Big Ten in passing offense (273.8 ypg) and No. 3 in total offense (426.0 ypg)…Helped RB Devine Redding rush for 1,195 yards on 253 carries (4.4 avg.) and become the fourth Hoosier to record consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons…Protected QB Richard Lagow as he ranked No. 2 in passing yardage (3,362), No. 3 in completions (253) and No. 4 in total offense (3,174) on Indiana's all-time single-season list…Started at LT in his collegiate debut at Florida International (Sept. 1)…Blocked as Lagow set an Indiana single-game record with 496 passing yards vs. Wake Forest (Sept. 24)…Part of a Hoosier offense that posted 650 total yards of offense vs. Maryland (Oct. 29), tied for No. 4 in school history…Earned a degree in management…Was a four-year letterwinner as an offensive lineman and linebacker for Central Catholic High School in Lafayette, Ind. …Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior offensive lineman after earning an all-state selection as a sophomore linebacker…Named the all-area Player of the Year after helping the Knights to a state title and 15-0 record as a senior in 2015…Also won a state championship as a freshman in 2012…Was a three-time all-conference selection (2013-15)…Was the first two-year team captain in Central Catholic history…Lettered four years as a catcher on the school's baseball team…Helped the Knights win the 2013 baseball state title and to a runner-up finish in 2015 while earning all-state honors (2015) and two all-conference selections (2014-15)…Volunteered with "Fishing Has No Boundaries" while in college, which provides recreational fishing opportunities to anglers with disabilities…Interned for Teamwork, a sport performance facility in Linton, Ind., during the summer of 2019, and helped local athletes improve their strength and conditioning…His father, Nick, played football at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Ind., and later coached as a graduate assistant at Indiana (1992-93)…His grandfather, Stan, played football at Illinois…Given name Coy Nicklaus Cronk; born in Erie, Pa.
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