This is our Kevin Koger Scouting report. For all of our other scouting reports check out our scouting report page
6’4″ 253 pounds, 1 3/8″ hands
21 bench press reps, 33 1/2″ vertical jump, 9’2″ broad jump, 4.53 second 20 yd shuttle
Pros: Has N.F.L. athletic ability…big hands…versatile…can catch the ball on contact…could be a guy that develops into a control the middle of the field type…knows how to “post up”…a decent route runner…can develop into a good blocker because he is functionally strong, but needs to be coached on technique
Does not have elite acceleration or straight line speed…average production….comes from a goofy offense with Denard Robinson, so just raw
Pre-season report (Nick Hlebichuck)
Koger will need a monster season in order to be drafted next year. While he has great size for a Tight End (6’4″ 255 Pounds) he simply has not seen enough action due to playing his first 3 years in a spread offense. He will likely get picked in the 7th round if he does get drafted.
At Michigan … 2011 season captain … four-year letterman and starter at tight end … played in 47 career contests and made 31 starts.
Senior (2011) … Sugar Bowl champion … earned fourth varsity letter … All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches and media) … voted a 2011 season captain by teammates during fall camp … named to the Mackey Award preseason watch list … co-recipient of U-M’s Robert P. Ufer Bequest (senior demonstrating most enthusiasm and love for Michigan) … appeared in all 13 games; started 12 games at tight end (Western Michigan, Notre Dame, Eastern Michigan, San Diego State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Michigan State, Purdue, Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio State, Virginia Tech) and contributed each game on special teams … team’s third leading receiver with 23 receptions for 244 yards … tied for team lead with four receiving touchdowns … OHIO STATE (Nov. 26) … grabbed a career-matching four receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter … ILLINOIS (Nov. 12) … snagged two passes for a season-high 42 yards … IOWA (Nov. 5) … caught three passes for 18 yards and posted third touchdown of the season in the fourth quarter … MINNESOTA (Oct. 1) … set season-high three catches for 35 yards and a touchdown … EASTERN MICHIGAN (Sept. 17) … two catches for 21 yards and a touchdown.