Kelton Tindal, WR, Newberry

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Kelton Tindal, WR, Newberry

Postby OGDraft » Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:19 am

Kelton Tindal - WR - Newberry
Height: 6'2
Weight: 197
40 Time: 4.22
Projected: 7th-FA


- 3 year starter
- Freak athlete
- Rare combination of size and speed
- One of the fastest players in college football
- Gets a lot of separation on deep routes
- Size and speed allows him to pull away from defenders and out jump them for the football
- Quickness allows him to beat the jam
- Catches with his hands
- Versatile, can be used on returns and reverses
- Enormous potential


- Level of competition
- Wasn't close to dominating as he should have against Div. 2 talent
- Bad route runner, still very raw
- Takes too many steps to break down
- Gives his routes away
- Stumbles coming out of his routes
- Very poor job of adjusting to poorly thrown balls
- Hands still need a lot of work, a lot of drops on easy catches
- Not as physical as you would expect with his size
- Not much of a redzone threat, despite being 6'2
- Pretty much only knows 1 route, Go


Kelton Tindal is one of the most athletic players in college football. His combination of size and speed is very rare and has run a 40 in less time than even Trindon Holliday. However, that's all he has. If he is drafted it is just on potential. He needs A LOT of work before he can make any impact in the NFL. He has poor hands, runs bad routes and isn't physical at all. He needs to learn how to use his size to his advantage and really needs to work on his route running. If he takes the time to do all of this and works hard he could make an impact in a few years. Watch out for the Raiders, they may take him in the middle rounds.

1-poor, 2-weak, 3-above average, 4-very good, 5-elite

SPEED: 5.0
HANDS: 2.0
RANGE: 1.0
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