Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle shares a fun nickname for Jeff Luc, a physically imposing 6-foot-1, 256-pound specimen who was 2010’s No. 1 ranked inside linebacker recruit.

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“We call him the ‘Earth Shaker,” Coyle said at Training Camp. “It goes back to an old Cool Hand Luke movie. Actually, it was a misnomer. It was supposed to be the World Shaker, but we thought it was Earth Shaker but now he’s the Earth Shaker and the reason being – he’s a powerful man. He’s 255 pounds-plus and he’s got about 10 percent body fat. So when he hits you, it’s like running into one of these walls over here. He’s a strong, physical guy. So he adds that dimension, so we’re pleased with that. But overall, I think all of our linebackers are developing that downhill mentality that we have to have. We’re on course right there.”

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Luc attended Florida State for two seasons before transferring to Cincinnati, where he tallied 6.5 sacks last season. He signed with Miami as an undrafted free agent.

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