What may concern you: He doesn't have great straight-ahead speed, even for his size. He only caught a few passes as a junior last season so he's not a major threat in the passing game. He isn't a natural pass-catcher and shouldn't be expected to become a pass catching specialist in college. As a left tackle down prospect, he still needs to add a lot of strength and weight. While he has the frame and work ethic to do it but that's always something that remains to be seen.
Bottom Line: The Hurricanes need tight ends in their 2013 recruiting class. They needed a couple. Stabdish Dobard gave them one of the top pass catching tight end prospects in America. Getting him out of Louisiana was huge. They needed a second, and getting a guy to be a blocker was a good way of thinking. At 6-foot-6 and 250 pounds, he projects to be a left tackle down the road. He could be 275 before he even starts school at Miami so projecting him to be 300+ in a few years isn't a major stretch. If that's the case, the Canes are getting a quality left tackle prospect -- and they need to sign about four offensive linemen in this class. Kerr was recruited like a three-star prospect.