Kenny McIntosh, Georgia (6’1”, 210)
What Scouts Say:
Great frame, a good combination of height, weight, and speed. Has pass catching ability, and has upside as a player. His pass blocking is a weakness, as is his processing speed.
What Tony Saw:
Kenny McIntosh is an oversized receiving back who can punish people on the inside and catch the ball up there with the best in this class. His skill set is unique in that regard, and he also runs with speed to compliment his power. He was never the true alpha, and was running behind an overpowered offensive line compared to opponents, but McIntosh still showed pop beyond the first and second line of defenders. He could contribute to an NFL team, but I don’t think he’ll be drafted with the expectation that he will have to any time soon.