TE Kevin Koger Scouting Report

TE Kevin Koger-Michigan
Height: 6’4
Weight: 255 lbs.
Projection: Round 5
Grade: 5.9 (Grading Scale)

Strengths:
An underrated athlete…Koger has an ideal frame and large wingspan which makes him even bigger than he is listed…Koger has soft hands that make him ideal over the middle and in the red zone…does a good job catching the ball out away from his body and isn’t afraid to go up for a ball…He runs solid routes…he can line up either in-line or in the slot…effective when using his size to box out defenders on throws…may be one of the most underrated TE’s in this class due to spending time in a spread option offense and working with a QB who is a better runner than passer.

Weaknesses:
One of the main jobs of the TE is to block and that is an area that Koger is still working on…he sets up too high out of his stance…he leaves his chest plate exposed for defensive lineman and linebackers to get into it…doesn’t anchor well when asked to run block…must get stronger in his upper body if he is ever going to become a better blocker, he can get run over at the point of attack…little to no explosion in and out of his routes…still rounds off some routes and needs to get crisper…almost no experience in a pro style passing offense.

Film Room Notes:
Koger v. Ohio State

Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, Big 10 Scouting Reports, Kevin Koger, Michigan, TE, Wolverines

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