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Kyle Turley
OT, San Diego St.

Name
Jsy
College
HT
WT
Kyle Turley
68
San Diego St.
6047
309

40
BP
SS
LS
VJ
BJ
Grade
Rd.
4.97
26
4.43
N/A
32
09’04”
7.2
1


Background

1997- First team All-American by Football News, Sporting News. Football Writers Assoc., America Football Coaches Assoc...1997 and 1996 first-team All-WAC selection....semifinalist for the ‘97 Outland Trophy award...semifinalist for the ‘97 Lombardi award...allowed only 2 sacks in 385 plays....graded out over 90% against all but two opponents....started 37 straight games....East-West Shrine game...started in 42 of the last 46 games from 1994 to present...Aztecs’ MVP...First team All-WAC for second straight year...1996- Named first team All-WAC by Football News...selected to the All- WAC Pacific Div. team by coaches....graded out over 90% in each game....1995- Second team All-WAC performer as a soph...started all 12 games...only allowed one sack from his right tackle position...voted Most Improved Player by coaching staff...1994- Started 11 games his freshman season...1993- Redshirted...

High School

received honor roll status at Valley View High School (Ut.)...Academic: Majoring in Art at San Diego State.

Summary

He is a little bit of a self-made player, but may be the smartest and most tenacious OT in this draft...He is not a gifted athlete, but he has a great work ethic, a mean streak, and he never quits on a play. If fact, he is so intense that his temper has gotten him into trouble in certain games, and he may need to cut it back and play with a little more self-control. He does not have a lot of quickness or range, but he is a strong guy that has quick balance and is tough to knock of his feet. He has experience at both ROT and LOT, and is definitely a “finisher”. He is probably a guy that will play a long time in the NFL at a solid level, but may not be a Pro-Bowl type player, and is not real pretty. He will, however, bring an intensity and work ethic to an NFL team that will be welcomed by NFL line coaches. He has really become a hot guy, with excellent performances at the Senior Bowl and Indy combine.

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