Senio Kelemete – University of Washington

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Updated: August 28, 2012

Senio Kelemete
University of Washington OL
Rated #9 out of top 10 guards in the draft.
SENIOR BOWL INVITE
COMBINE TOP PERFORMER IN 20 YD. SHUTTLE

Kelemete is a good athlete, especially for a lineman who could potentially be playing on the interior. He comes off the ball fast and consistently puts himself in good positions for blocks. He is able to stay with his blocks for the duration of running plays and is good to use his feet to maneuver himself in the right position when pulling and sealing.

Versatile player who started at a high level outside and inside for Washington. Good initial quickness to seal defenders from the action. Powerful hands which he uses well to get an initial jolt to the defender. Flashes some nastiness to his play and seems to enjoy the physicality of the trenches. Isn’t satisfied with just blocking one man; will peel back and look for defenders pursuing from the backside, as well.

Good lateral agility and balance to mirror the defender when protected, though he does not have the length or agility to remain at left tackle against NFL speed. Possesses light feet and the ability to get out and block at the second level. Was occasionally asked to pull from left tackle and serve as Chris Polk’s lead blocker, showing very good agility and physicality when meeting linebackers in the hole. Two-time team captain.

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