Almost to be the first player out of Iowa State drafted in the top 2 rounds in over 20 years (Keith Simms, 37th overall, 1990) and quite possibly the highest since the 70s, Kelechi Osemele has good reason to stand out. A big (6'6" 333lbs) powerful lineman, Osemele started 43 games in college with the final 38 all at left tackle. He's expected to move inside, but his big frame, long arms and solid athleticism gives him the potential to play RT at the NFL level.
Osemele redshirted in 2007, started 5 games (mostly at guard) his freshman season, then took over the left tackle spot in 2008, which he held through his senior year in 2011.
40 Yard Dash: 5.36 seconds
Bench Press: 32 reps
Vertical Jump: 26 1/2 inches
Broad Jump: 8 feet 8 inches
3 Cone Drill: 7.91 seconds
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.87 seconds
Osemele is a very large, very strong man with a lot of experience on the offensive line. He is a very powerful run blocker and his power made bull rush...