Kenyon Green, Texas A&M
Measurables: 6-4, 325lbs.
One of the most versatile players in this year’s draft, Kenyon Green has played every position across the offensive line except for center in his three seasons at Texas A&M. Green projects as a guard in the NFL. Still, his experience at multiple positions does nothing but help his draft stock.
Green is a super aggressive prospect who is always trying to finish his blocks with the defender on the ground. I like Green so much because he has displayed minimal weaknesses at every offensive line position in college, which shows his skill set is not just position- or scheme-based. Green is a strong run blocker and has great movement for his size. His movement skills make him a strong pass protector because he rarely gets beat with speed. Green also displayed refined technique and hand placement. He often gains control of defenders first because he can get his hands in a dominant position.
Green does not have much to prove at the NFL Combine outside of just validating how scouts and teams feel about him with above-average numbers. Green does not have to be a star in the combine, but he should be a coveted interior offensive lineman in this draft as long as he performs well.
Green fits well with the Buffalo Bills because he practically fits well with every NFL team. He would come into Buffalo and be a day 1 starter and maybe the second-best lineman on the team at the end of the season. What makes him such an intriguing prospect for Buffalo is that he can play anywhere on the line, which every NFL team loves.