|A second-team All-Pac-12 selection as a senior, Kelemete will likely be lined up as a guard on Sundays despite playing his final two seasons with the Huskies as a left tackle. Kelemete earned honorable mention all-conference honors as a sophomore as a right guard prior to moving outside, and that came after he shifted to the offensive side following eight games as a defensive tackle as a freshman. He is a great athlete for his size, gets off the ball fast - he was a top performer at the NFL combine in the 20-yard shuttle at 4.58 seconds - and has the strength to play at the next level, even though his 21 reps in the bench press were far from impressive compared to other O-lineman. Kelemete also has great hands and does a nice job getting in position to pull or seal. However, there is still concern that Kelemete's lateral footwork is lacking and that he is slow to get set and hold off outside rushers. He could go in the middle rounds to a team needing depth up front that's impressed with Kelemete's versatility..