Matt Kalil   #75 OT

Height: 6-7   Weight: 315   Age: 30

Born: 7/6/1989 Corona , CA

College: USC

Experience: 8th season

High School: Servite HS [Anaheim, CA]





Combine 2012


  • 40 Yard Dash4.99 Secs
  • 20 Yard Shuttle4.65 secs
  • Vertical Jump27.0 inches
  • 3 Cone Drill7.33 secs
  • Broad Jump inches
  • Bench Press30.0 reps


Kalil is tall and has an impressive frame that he carries well. He is equally thick and strong from his upper body down through his thighs, and he has thin calves and ankles that lend well to him being a light-footed mover. He explodes off the ball every snap and gets to his destination point with ease. In the run game, he can provide a punishing first blow to keep his man off balance, and is very comfortable getting to the second level to fit on backers. He has a very technically sound kick step in pass protection and slides very smoothly. He is NFL-ready in terms of using his hands and has the ability to de-cleat defensive ends.


There are some concerns surrounding Kalil's ability to anchor and stall bull rushers, given his tendency to play upright. There were few examples of his anchor actually being an issue in college, but the limited level of knee bend he plays with could stand to be a concern. He rarely snaps his hips through when blocking in the run game and is more of a mirror/positional blocker. He could have to work on his knee bend and flexibility to take on the more explosive ends in the NFL.