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Kaleb McGary | Tackle

Team: Washington Huskies
Ht / Wt:  6'8" / 324

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Washington redshirt senior T Kaleb McGary accepted an invitation to play in the Reese's Senior Bowl.
McGary has been a four-year starter for the Huskies in 2018, and at 6-foot-8, 324-pounds, he has the size you're looking for in a protypical bookend. He's an excellent run blocker, but he holds his own in pass pro as well. There are concerns about the upside and overall athleticism, but it's not hard to imagine that McGary will be a top 100 selection, meaning he'd go in the first three rounds. Dec 10 - 3:54 PM

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Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline hears that there is talk in scouting circles of a "medical concern" with Washington redshirt senior T Kaleb McGary.

Per Pauline, this is not related to an injury. Something to keep in mind when it comes to McGary's draft journey after the close of the current campaign. On the football field, Pauline writes, the 6-foot-8, 324-pounder is a "strong run blocker who plays with a nasty attitude." The analyst currently hits the Huskies lineman up with a second-round grade.
Sep 13 - 3:35 PM

Washington redshirt junior T Kaleb McGary will return to school for the 2018 season.

We're still waiting to hear from RB Myles Gaskin as to a potential draft declaration, but Washington has had several notable players announce returns, including QB Jake Browning, DT Greg Gaines and S Jojo McIntosh. You can add RT McGary to that list, too. In an unstable Pac-12 which has seen USC lose to the draft QB Sam Darnold and RB Ronald Jones (plus, potentially, WR Deontay Burnett), Washington State lose QB Luke Falk (to graduation) and Stanford potentially out RB Bryce Love, the Huskies are in a prime position for a run to the conference title -- and perhaps the Playoff -- come the start of the 2018 season.
Source: Rivals
Jan 5 - 3:49 PM

Washington redshirt junior T Kaleb McGary is a "quick, explosive blocker who moves well on his feet," writes Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.

McGary started every game at right tackle last year and he's done the same so far this year. "Strong at the point, he’s a solid position blocker who seals opponents from the action while also anchoring in pass protection," Pauline wrote. "McGary is susceptible to inside moves, so a switch of positions to offensive guard is possible."
Fri, Sep 15, 2017 04:14:00 PM