6-0/240 Louisiana Tech
Pros: Has a good leg with nice accuracy and potential as a directional punter. Generally gets good hang time.
Cons: Doesn't have a booming leg.
Overview: Keagle is a guy that is not going to wow you with his leg strength, but shows good ability as a directional punter. Placed 36% of his punts inside the 20 this past year.
NFL Forecast: Keagle is one of those players that will be a good directional punter but won't put up huge numbers as far as punt average goes. He'll probably never get the credit he is due because of it, but he'll be a steady and consistent punter. He has the ability to stick right away in the league, although he could obviously use a bit more polish.
ATL Forecast: Keagle would ﬁt well in Atlanta because he can be a punter like Chris Mohr. He won't have huge numbers, but will be effective in the game of ﬁeld position. But he's not really a threat to take Koenen's job, but could push him and be a nice practice squad player working as an insurance policy. But more than likely, another team would pick him up.
Value: He can impact right away and a team wouldn't be mistaken by taken a ﬂyer on him in the late seventh round, but they are better off waiting if they can until undrafted free agency.
Scouting Reports of kickers, punters, and long snappers in the 2009 NFL Draft.
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