2010 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Sergio Kindle

  • Nice length with room to develop
  • Lots of experience in various roles
  • Very athletic
  • Nice closing speed
  • Love his flexibility
  • Great sideline-to-sideline range
  • Fluid lateral movements
  • Technically sound in coverage
  • Solid instincts
  • Versatile: Can play 4-3 SAM and 3-4 rush LB
  • Has some upside

  • Serious problems shedding blocks
  • Inconsistent
  • Soft
  • Weak at point of attack
  • Only rush moves are speed and bull
  • Liability against the run
  • Stonewalled against talented linemen
  • Needs some development
  • Doesn’t live up to measureables
  • Questionable character

    Summary: Kindle is strictly either an outside linebacker (4-3 and 3-4 schemes) or a third pass rusher at the next level. He looks very disinterested in playing physical football and is a finesse player without many pass rush moves, which is why I am not very high on him as a prospect. I think he has a lot of potential as a 3-4 rush linebacker, but he is a raw prospect. I�m worried about his game intangibles. Kindle is a projected second-round pick.

    Player Comparison: Kamerion Wimbley. Wimbley has had an inconsistent career. He lacks physicality, but he has great athleticism like Kindle.


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