Offensive guard is one of the weirder positions in the draft this year. No one has any clue which interior lineman will go first. Kindley could go anywhere between round two and round five and nobody would bat an eye.
Kindley has a massive body, weighing in at 336 lbs — though he’s surprisingly quick for his size. Kindley packs a good punch, too, as it’s hard to beat Kindley head on. He has some technique issues, he can struggle to keep his blocks centered at times, and sometimes he moves faster than his feet can actually handle.
Nonetheless, if he can improve his technique once he reaches the pros and lose a little weight to further improve his mobility, Kindley could find himself as a high-end backup guard to a low-end starter in the NFL.
Bill Belichick has expressed in the past that he loves how players are developed in Georgia, so expect Kindley to be a target on his board if he starts to fall in the draft.