Eric Kettani Scouting Report
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NFL Draft > 2009 Prospects > FB > Eric Kettani

Eric Kettani Scouting Report

Position: FB
Conference: Independent
School: Navy Midshipmen
Year/Status: Declared
Jersey Number: #36
Height & Weight: 5'11 - 227 lbs.

2009 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Eric Kettani, FB, Navy

A Navy back in the 2009 NFL Draft? You bet! Eric Kettani started all of the Midshipmen's thirteen games in 2006 as a fullback, where he rushed for 229 yards on 53 attempts (4.3 avg) with a TD. In 2007, Kettani started five of thirteen games for Navy. He rushed for 880 yards on 152 carriers (5.8). Good frame, although he needs to add more weight and upper body strength. Powerful legs. Great leg drive. Tough to bring down. Runs with passion and determination. Find spaces between the tackles. A willing blocker who likes contact. Good set of soft hands. Slow (4.6). Limited athletic ability. Although he has good hands, his route running skills are underdeveloped. Needs more time in the weight room. Kettani is not as strong or physically impressive as other fullback prospects, but he has determination and runs very hard. Plus, he does have one of the softer sets of hands in the nation. A willing player, he will do anything to make a roster. He will probably start off as a special teamer, but he has a future in the offensive backfield. Kettani has a chance to be selected late in the Draft. Even if he is by-passed, he will make an NFL roster because of his heart and desire.

Last Updated Sep-14-2008 by Raul Colon

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