Kenny Yeboah originally started his career at Temple prior to transferring to Ole Miss. After playing well for the Owls, the bump up in competition didn’t seem to phase him as he went on to experience similar success in the SEC. With that in mind, he continued to show his value in the passing game as a versatile option. Primarily operating from the hip position of the offensive tackle, Yeboah is a movable ‘F’ tight end that can provide value in both phases. With strong hands and a well-seasoned route tree, he does most of his damage over the middle, but has the potential to be much more. His best work has come in the red zone where he can take advantage of box defenders attempting to cover him. Also an acceptable run blocker, he can sustain against single blocks as the end man on the scrimmage as well as a wrap blocker on various type of gap scheme concepts.
Ideal Role: Developmental F-tight end.
Scheme Fit: Erhardt-Perkins or West Coast offense that utilizes creative 11-personnel packages.
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