Like Julie’n Davenport, I have a hard time believing that former Baylor center Kyle Fuller is anything more than a project at the next level.
While Fuller has great size, there’s not much else to love about him.
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Here’s what Fuller’s NFL.com draft profile says:
"Below-average athletic ability. Combination blocks are a struggle. Stays glued to secure block and allows linebacker to cross his face before making contact on the climb. Below-average movement skills hidden by Baylor offense. Takes poor angles on second level and has poor redirect skills in space. Needs guard help to generate push. Often strikes from unbalanced platform, causing contact imbalance. Hands and feet not synched."
With the Texans already having Nick Martin and Greg Mancz at center, I wonder if Houston views Fuller as someone who can also transition to playing guard at the next level.