Texas - Longhorns
Kheeston Randall - #91 - DT-NT
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/20/2012 Texas Pro Day||6-4||293||9 5/8||33||80 3/8|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-4 5/8||293||9 5/8||33 3/4||80 1/8||5.05||28||9'3"||34||4.86||7.52|
|01/23/2012 Senior Bowl||6-4 1/2||297||9 1/2||33||78 3/8|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-4 3/4||297||5.10|
Also played basketball and participated in the shot put as a Texas prep. Appeared in eight games as a true freshman in 2008 and was credited with two tackles, zero tackles for loss and zero sacks with one pass batted down. Started 10-of-14 games in ’09, recording 23-3-2 with one forced fumble. In ’10, started all 12 games and posted 39-13-1 with three batted passes and two blocked kicks (one FG attempt, one PAT). Recorded 34-5-1 with one batted pass in 13 starts at DT spot in ’11.Positives:
Very good size and length. Solid base strength to hold his ground vs. single blocks when he plays with leverage. Shows subtle shoulder dip to wedge himself into gaps. Plays hard. Durable three-year starter. Professional makeup — hardworking, coachable, vocal leader.Negatives:
Limited athletic ability. Stiff hips — tight, linear, unsudden movement skills. Struggles to break down or adjust. Easily engaged — plays tall and gets washed down the line. Poor hand use (slow to shed). Marginal pass-rush value. Not a finisher. Limited upside.Summary:
Long, big-framed defensive tackle with nondescript traits. Could be tried as a 4-3 nose or 3-4 five-technique, but will have to play more of a funnel role in the pros to stick.
Kheeston Randall's Draft Stock
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