Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 305
40: 5.31
Year: 5Sr

Darren Keyton

School: Central Michigan
Position: C
Bio: Three-year starter used at both guard and center.
Positive: Nasty, small-area blocker with good size and growth potential. Quick off the snap, attacks assignments, and is always looking for someone to hit. Explosive at the point, jolts defenders once engaged in a block, and knocks them from their angle of attack. Bends his knees, gets leverage on opponents, then easily turns them from the action. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with linemates.
Negative: Lacks balance blocking in motion. Struggles to adjust and a bit stiff.
Analysis: Keyton is an underrated blocking prospect with the ability to line up at any of the three interior offensive line positions. He lacks great upside, yet his intensity and wherewithal on the field give him an upper hand.

Updated 4/30
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