LATROBE, Pa. -- When Dejan Kovacevic wrote about why Terrell Edmunds is ready for a major sophomore season, he struck a point that I've been investigating all offseason: He needs to get his hands on the ball. Last year Edmunds only had four passes defended and an interception. As far as rookie safeties go, that's not horrible. But that won't cut it as he rises in Keith Butler's defense and as Edmunds indicated to Dejan, he knows it.
But one thing that isn't on Edmunds is the coverage underneath his position. Let's look at how other players on the field can help Edmunds have better numbers in 2019: