2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KYLE FULLER: Baylor, 6046 307 5.25. Three-year starter from Wylie, TX. A two-time second-team All- Big 12 player. Started 39 of the 53 games played. A forced knee bender who must consciously bend his knees or he loses his power base. Plays in a high tempo spread offensive scheme. Thick lower body and long arms. A good athlete who is not asked to do much in the quick strike offense but mirror a defender for two seconds. Fuller will have much to learn when entering the NFL, including head and hand placement plus playing from a three point stance. He struggles with leaning, overextending, and lurching as a pass protector. Not smooth and balanced. As a run blocker he has a tendency to lobster grab his target instead of keeping his hands inside. A developmental player with a deficiency in his position skill level. Technique will need an overhaul before he gets on the field. Senior Bowl notes: Good initial step but lacks anchor. Consistently driven back in pass rush drills. Struggles to get to the second level consistently as well as zone blocking his area. A work in progress. OSR:24/41. Fifth/sixth round. (A-34, H-10, BP-23, 10-1.83).