Negatives: Is not the most physically gifted athlete... Does not have much of an arsenal... Average closing speed... Tweener, struggles in coverage and would be a project as a 3-4 OLB... Needs to add an additional 8-12 pounds of bulk to play defensive end... Looks more comfortable rushing the quarterback than dropping into coverage... A bit of a surprise early entrant though he was an academic senior and probably wouldn't have improved his stock by more than a round by staying in school... Pulled hamstring during first 40-yard dash attempt at pro day."
2009 (SOPHOMORE): Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection...started all 13 games at defensive end...had 47 tackles overall, including a team-high 15.0 tackles-for-loss, which ranked tied for third in the Pac-10...finished tied for fourth in the Pac-10 with 9.0 sacks for a loss of 70 yards...finished with five tackles in the season opener at Washington State, including a personal-best 3.5 tackles-for-loss...had a career-best three sacks against San Jose State among his six total tackles...became the first Cardinal player to register three sacks in a game since Julian Jenkins vs. UCLA in 2005...had a season-high seven tackles against Cal...finished with five total tackles, including two solo stops vs. Oklahoma in the Sun Bowl...added to the midseason watch list for the Hendricks Award, which honors the top defensive end in college football.
2008 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Made significant contributions on the defensive line...earned first team freshman All-America honors by the Football Writers Association of America and The Sporting News...tabbed second team freshman All-America honors by CollegeFootballNews.com...Pac-10 Conference honorable mention selection...played in all 12 games and made his first career start at Notre Dame...tallied 24 total tackles, including 17 solo, and two pass breakups...key contributor to Stanford's pass rush that finished fourth in the Pac-10 in sacks per game...finished with a team-high 6.0 sacks and placed 10th in the Pac-10 averaging 0.50 sacks per game...logged a trio of 2.0-sack games against San Jose State, UCLA and Washington State...recorded his first career 2.0-sack game on back-to-back plays against San Jose State...also tied for third on the conference with three (0.25 per game) forced fumbles.
2007 (FRESHMAN): Did not see game action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: One of the top recruits in the state of Pennsylvania at North Allegheny High School in Wexford, Pa....PrepStar All-East selection...was ranked as the third-best defensive lineman in the state, the 49th-best overall prospect in the state and among the top 100 defensive ends in the nation by Scout.com...three-year starter and two-time all-conference selection...two-year track letterwinner who competed in the shot put, discus, 100m and 4x100... majoring in science, technology and society.
Strengths: Smart, instinctive player. Plays with good discipline, keeping his gap control consistently. Keeps his responsibility on the backside of runs well and squeezes down the lane for the ball carrier to cut back though. Good strength at the POA to anchor and play with good leverage. Strings out plays well to the sideline, and uses his hands well to sheds blocks consistently. Gives great effort as a pass rusher, constantly working after the QB. Has a good rip move and uses his hands well. Good balance turning the corner. Good redirect skills to work underneath once he's past the QB.
Weaknesses: A lunch-pail type player with adequate but not elite athleticism. Lacks the closing speed to make more plays. With his size, he may be restricted in pass coverage in his range with tight hips. A good pass rusher, but he doesn't have a go-to move and needs to improve his technique to be an effective pass rusher at the next level.
Projection: Fifth rounder. A solid player, Keiser should play right away on special teams and be a solid backup. It probably would have been smart for Keiser to have returned for another season at Stanford to improve his draft stock."
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