Yeboah's biggest strength is his versatility as a tight end. He spent four years at Temple, where he spent a lot of time as a blocker, rather than a pass catcher. However, in his one year at Ole Miss, he show his pass catching skills. Yeboah is a big bodied tight end who can make contested catches and is a perfect build to be a red zone threat.
Yeboah's biggest weaknesses are his speed and run after catch. While he's not slow, per se, he doesn't have the athleticism that most tight ends possess nowadays. If you're looking for the next Travis Kelce, George Kittle, or Darren Waller, Yeboah is not your guy
Yeboah isn't going to be drafted as the number one pass catching tight end for a team. But, because of his abilitity to be an above average pass catcher and blocker, he'll be a day 2 pick. Look for him to be picked by a team who has an established, pass catching tight end or a team who runs a less pass heavy offense (i.e. not the Chiefs). The senior bowl will be a good place for Yeboah to continue to showcase his improvements as a pass catcher. Because of the lack of value placed on tight ends in the draft, he likely won't be higher than a mid to late second round pick. But for a team looking for an all-around tight end prospect who can contribute in year one, Kenny Yeboah is the perfect prospect.
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Aggression & Toughness
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