Found March 17, 2012 on DraftAce:
Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin #70 Ht: 6’4″

Wt: 314

  Strengths: Prototypical size and strength. A physical run blocker who can drive defenders backwards. Quick off the snap; gets into position quickly and shows strong all-around fundamentals. Strong lower body allows him to anchor against the bull rush. Hard worker off the field; won team award for work in weight room in 2010. Weaknesses: Limited athleticism; struggles to get to the second level. Lumbers along and does not have the foot quickness to excel when pulling/trapping. Not polished in pass protection; gets into position quickly, but instincts and vision are lacking; struggles to adjust to delayed blitzes. Tends to play too upright in pass protection and will lunge at defenders at times. Struggles against more athletic interior linemen; lacks the overall quickness to adjust to pass rush moves of interior pass rushers. Suffered a sprained ankle in 2010. Comments: Zeitler has the size and skill set to excel as a power run blocker at the next level. He definitely has the skills to start, but may not be a great fit for every scheme due to his struggles in pass protection. His size/strength is an asset at times, but he could probably improve his mobility and quickness in pass protection by dropping a few pounds. If he doesn’t drop weight, then what you see is what you get – there is very little, from a fundamental/technical aspect, that Zeitler can do to improve his game. Videos: 2011 vs Nebraska (Konz video, Zeitler is #70)
2011 vs Ohio State 

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