Senio Kelemete has been a steady presence for the Washington Huskies for four years and shown versatility across not only the offensive, but the defensive line, throughout his career. He started at defensive tackle in 2008, then switched to offensive guard for the 2009 season before starting the past two at left tackle.
So how will NFL teams see him as he enters the NFL Draft? His drill results at the 2012 NFL Combine will have a lot to do with that.
Kelemete showed off his speed in the 20-Yard Shuttle, where he had the fourth-best time amongst offensive linemen.
He also ran a 5.52 second 40-Yard Dash and a 7.77 second Three-Cone Drill.
In the Bench Press, he put up 21 reps, reached 25 inches in the Vertical Jump and jumped 101 inches in the Broad Jump.
Kelemete still has technique issues he needs to work on, but he did himself a favor showing off his speed on Saturday.
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