2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about SOLOMON KINDLEY: Georgia, 6032 337 5.35. Junior entry, three-year starter, Jacksonville, FL. Missed some time with separate ankle and knee injuries. A brute-force blocker who consistently gets movement off the ball in the run game. He creates a new line of scrimmage and will open a different kind of lane for running backs. His weakness is against quick, lateral movement as a pass blocker but even with that, he was a productive pass blocker in his three seasons. Needs work on his body and overall lower body techniques, the ability is there to ensure improvement and he is a weapon for the running game right away. Has the body of a fire hydrant. Thick in every direction, will have a hard time getting through doorways. Plays like a wrecking ball in the run game. Defenders bounce off him when he has a head of steam. If a defender wants to avoid his contact, they’ll have a ways to go laterally. Creates tremendous force on impact. Will stiff arm a defender with massive power coming all the way up through his tree trunk legs. Can be physically dominant inside. Won’t give an inch against the bull rush. More athletic in short space then his body type and movement in the open field would suggest. Lateral movement in pass protection gives him problems. Has a little too much all-or-nothing in his game. Overly dependent on the initial advantage and will struggle to recover. Not an effective blocker as he gets out into space. Needs to limit his time as a leading blocker that pulls out to the outside. May need to lose weight and get a little lighter on his feet. Multiple minor lower body injuries over the past two seasons. Medical exclusion at Combine. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 1/4, H-10, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).