TE Kyle Rudolph – Notre Dame


Tight End Kyle Rudolph NFL Draft 2011

Rudolph was a three year starter for Notre Dame but has missed parts of the past two seasons due to serious injuries. He has ideal size for an NFL tight end, along with elite speed, quickness when breaking routes, outstanding body control and an excellent ability to run block at the line of scrimmage. Rudolph only merits second round consideration because of his injury history, even if his talent is first round caliber. He has soft hands with a rare, natural ability to track and adjust to the ball in midair. He can make a difficult catch look easy and has outstanding route running skills. He has excellent run after the catch ability.


~ by jay dunton on April 3, 2011.

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