Offensive tackles sometimes get stereotyped as big, slow immovable objects. Not Dennis Kelly. This mountain of a man stands at 6'8" and 300+ lbs. but he is just about as athletic as they come. The Chicago Heights-native played basketball in high school and has even been spotted in tennis class this semester.
The left tackle spot on the O-line is often the most important. Protecting the quarterback's blindside is an important responsibility. This is Kelly's third year starting at that spot. With the right combination of speed and power, Kelly is a D-lineman's worst nightmare.
Although he may look intimidating and be scary to line up
across from on gameday, Kelly is one of the nicest people you'll meet. To learn more
about this NFL prospect I hopped on my step stool and asked him about his
thoughts on leadership.