Thomas Keiser scouting report

Thomas Keiser OLB Stanford
Ht: 6’5″

Wt: 244

Strengths:
Good overall size and strength. Experience at both linebacker and defensive end. Decent athleticism. Plays faster than his timed speed; good initial quickness off the snap. Showed a steady improvement and his best football is likely still ahead.
Weaknesses:
Limited experience dropping into coverage. Only saw significant playing time for two years; made questionable decision to turn pro following junior year. Suffered a pulled hamstring during his pro day.
Comments:
Keiser may lack the elite athleticism to be a starter at the next level but he has shown enough as a pass rusher to draw interest from teams looking to add depth at 3-4 linebacker. As a situational pass rusher he could be an immediate contributor. In order to see more playing time down the road, however, he’ll need to improve his ability to drop into coverage.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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