5'10" Height | 31 3/8" Arm Length | 216lbs. Weight | 9 5/8" Hands
Strengths: Compact body with broad frame and muscular legs. Above-average agility for his size. Has hips and feet to elude darting defenders in backfield. Uses effective jump-cut to avoid the sludge and shift to the open gap. Runs with good vision and overall instincts. Presses the line before making back-side cuts. Conforms his run to changing space within running lane. Spin moves are effective against first-look tacklers on second level. Suddenly shifts to bounce an inside run to the perimeter. Strings moves together on outside zone plays. Runs with knee bend and forward lean. Adequate pass catcher for screens and check-downs.
Five Things To Know About New Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt
The Chiefs traded with the Minnesota Vikings to move up and select Toledo running back Kareem Hunt.
The Chiefs swapped third-round picks with the Minnesota Vikings, moving up 18 spots to select Hunt.
To do so, the Chiefs also sent the Vikings their fourth-round (No. 132 overall) and seventh-round (No. 245 overall) picks.
Chiefs Add Freakish Defensive End, Ultra-Productive Running Back on Day Two
Much like the Kansas City Chiefs' first-round pick, quarterback Patrick Mahomes II, whose highlight reel is littered with the kind of throws others wouldn't even attempt, the team's second-round pick (No. 59 overall)—defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon—is also largely defined on the field by his physical abilities.
Kpassagnon, who played collegiately at Villanova and finished his senior year with 45 total tackles, including 21.5 for loss and 11 sacks, is a physical specimen at 6 feet 6 and 289 pounds, possessing less than 4 percent body fat as well.
Simply put, Kpassagnon is well-versed in finding the weight room.