Sleeper: George Kittle

Tight End

6′ 4″  250 Lbs.

40 yard dash: 4.52 SEC

NFL Comparison: Charles Clay

  • One of the fastest TE in the group
  • Had an excellent broad jump, a sign of lower body strength and burst
  • Run routes well in short, middle & deep levels.
  • Has reliable receiving hands but needs to focus on protecting the football after the catch
  • Moderate blocking from inline position, better used in H-back role & in motion

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Kittle lines up as left inline TE and drives the defensive end back 7 yards and plows him into the ground.

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Excellent one hand grab in between the safeties, NFL ready concentration.

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In this gif he loses blocking position with his footwork but sustains the block long enough for the QB to get his throw out.

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Kittle is the right side TE on the bottom of the gif. Kicks out his blocker and finishes him to the ground.  Opens a great lane for the RB to score.

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Perfect underneath route in the end zone but can’t secure the catch, QB could have made a better throw here as Kittle created plenty of separation for an easy score.

 

 

 

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