Washington - Huskies
Senio Kelemete - #56 - OG-OT
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/08/2012 Washington Pro Day||6-3 1/2||309||9 1/2||33 3/4||80||5.28||25||8'6"||7.59|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-3 5/8||307||9 5/8||33 1/2||79||5.41||21||8'5"||25||4.64||7.79|
|01/23/2012 Senior Bowl||6-3 1/2||300||9 5/8||32 3/4||78 3/4|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-3 1/4||296||9 1/8||33 1/4||5.20|
Name is pronounced SENN-ee-o KEL-uh-MET-tay. Two-way lineman who also competed in wrestling and threw the discus as a Washington prep. Recruited as a defensive tackle and started 4-of-8 games in which he played as a true freshman in 2008. Missed four games because a right MCL injury. Converted to right guard in ’09 and started 11-of-12 games. Shifted to left tackle in ’10 and started all 13 games. Sustained a high right ankle sprain against Cal. Made all 13 starts at left tackle in ’11. Two-time team captain.Positives:
Strong and thickly built. Solid base. Seldom on the ground. Engages quickly. Protects his frame. Heavy hands. Flashes grip strength to lock on and control defenders. Athletic with good movement skills and hip flex. Good bend, balance and shuffle. Works to the second level quickly and pulls with conviction. Smart, tough and competitive. Played inside and outside. Highly respected by teammates and coaches. Outstanding football character and plays with a trench warrior mentality. Has upside.Negatives:
Average size — lacks ideal bulk and needs to get stronger. Bench-pressed 225 pounds 20 times at the Combine and had only a 25-inch vertical jump, tied for the lowest among tackles. Inconsistent contact balance and body control. Could stand to improve positioning and fits in order to sustain better. Inconsistent when squaring up targets on the move. Is relatively inexperienced and is still developing confidence and positional instincts. Does not anticipate or react well to counter moves. Technique needs polish.Summary:
A tough, competitive, fairly athletic college left tackle of Polynesian descent. Lacks the length and foot quickness to remain outside, but possesses starter-caliber upside as a guard. Character player who compares to Cleveland Browns 2010 third-rounder Shawn Lauvao, and should only get better as he gets stronger, learns to play more powerfully and refines his technique.
Senio Kelemete's Draft Stock
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