A former five-star prospect, Kenyon Green started his career as a stout right guard before moving to left guard in 2020 and then left tackle in 2021. Green can start at any position across the offensive line. Never missed a game at Texas A&M, starting a total of 35 games before opting out of the teams 2021 Bowl Game.
G – #55 Texas A&M
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
High School: Atoscocita (Humble, TX)
HS Rating: 5 star (0.9926)
Phil Steele: PS#2
Kenyon Green Scouting Report
Average speed at best. Wasn’t really utilized as a pulling blocker. Excellent lateral quickness. Has the speed to play tackle effectively. Still fits better inside at guard. Upper body strength is good. Stout lower body, strongest section that he has. Very stout anchor. Excellent wide stance. Incredible bend. Recovery is staggering. Excellent form and strong plant. Very solid hand placement. Locks very good defenders in place – held his own very well against Will Anderson last year.
Very, very strong hands. May be the strongest in this category in the class. Solid hand technique. Fights off the attacks well with excellent defensive technique. Ridiculously strong as a pass protector. Extremely reactive. Sets up very well. Sometimes slightly susceptible to an inside move late in his drop. Very measured in his drop. Excellent stance with very solid strength.
Very capable run blocker. Certainly gets downhill quickly. Struggles at times to get a good jump on the snap and beat the defender. Good technique, could angle himself better to let the ball carrier through. Incredible understanding of the Texas A&M scheme. Played smart and heads up from the first snap he took with the Aggies.
What we want to see from Kenyon Green in Indianapolis
- The only concern with Kenyon Green may be his arm length, which hasn’t been recently verified. We hope to see that come in over 3300 but he may be a bit shorter.
- The forty-yard dash and 20-yard shuttle will both be intriguing events to watch Green go through. His lateral speed looks excellent on tape, but his long speed doesn’t. His ten yard split should be very important to note as well once we have that testing.
Kenyon Green is a day one starter who can still get better with time. We love his upside and project him as a top 15 pick into any zone-based scheme. He should be a perennial all-pro player who plays for well over a decade at the next level.
We like Kenyon Green as a top-15 projected pick. Even for an interior lineman, who aren’t normally taken this high, Green can play anywhere on the offensive line and can do so effectively at the next level. He’s a mismatch on the offensive line and a perennial all-pro prospect.