[tps_header]7. Zach Kerr, DT, Delaware[/tps_header]
Kerr is a monster nose tackle in a draft short on them, which means he’ll certainly be selected at some point. At 6-2 and 326 pounds, the Delaware product is a load in the trenches. He’s durable, dependable and relatively fast considering his size. He ran a 5.08 40-yard dash at the combine while also turning in 7.93 in the three-cone drill.
What will get Kerr drafted is his ability against the run. He’s strong and explosive with his hands and has very good instincts to follow the ball. He has impressive short-area quickness and moves well laterally. He’s tough and plays with an edge, which are both desirable traits for interior defensive linemen. He’ll have to work on his endurance at the next level, but so do most defensive line prospects.