Ht: 6-4.5 Wt: 241 40: 4.75 Year: 4Sr
Bio: Moved into a starting role as a senior and
caught 23 passes for 310 yards. Backed up
Kellen Winslow, Jr. the prior year and posted
Positives: Big, athletic tight end with great
upside for the next level. Fluid releasing into
pass routes, immediately gets to top speed and
adjusts to make the difficult catch. Looks the ball
into his hands and strong running after the reception,
breaking tackles to pick up positive yardage.
Displays good focus and pulls the pass out of a
crowd. Solid route runner and uses good body
positioning to shield away opponents. Leverage
blocker who seals holes for the running game
or removes linebackers on the second level.
Negatives: Does not display soft, natural hands. Only
average blocking strength and cannot finish. Had
shoulder surgery at the end of the season and
still recuperating as of early March.
well-sized tight end who plays much faster than
his forty time, Everett displays flashes of dominance
as a pass catcher with the ability to make
the tough reception during the game's important
moments. Suffered with minor injuries as a starter
last season and will need a lot of time to become a
complete player, but has the ability to develop into
a team's number one tight end.
Prospect Profile: Kevin Everett
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