We also ran Rodeo on Sunday ... five boats, five different line choices, and every one of them worked out, to varying degrees of cleanliness. Two of the 10 kids on the trip ran it, with the remainder walking around on river left, which is a fairly easily portage.
I was in our fully loaded 16-foot boat; I entered and stayed as far left as possible with a right ferry angle, punched the left-center side of the hole, and tried like hell to pull back from the center rocks at the exit. No dice, and I slid through the two left-most rocks in the middle of the river, clean.
We had one 14-foot boat that was lightly rigged drop into the hole sideways. They hung up for about a second, flushed through, and were able to pull back to far river left. Line of the day went to our buddy who entered right, stayed center-right, and placed his bow, not unlike a skateboarder above the coping, gently on top of the big rooster tail rock at the exit. They easily spun off and made their way, maybe a little embarrassed, into the eddy.
It's very easy to scout the drop from the road and from the river-left eddy. The slack water heading into the rapid is very slack at this level, and parking on the rocks is super easy.