Kpodar has a legit frame with the upside to grow into the TE spot at the next level. He’s now up to 220 lbs. but still learning to take advantage of his immense size. He has nice length, and you see him take the edge defender way down field at times. He also got reps on defense too, where he shows very good upside playing off the edge. No doubt, a player with his size should get some legit college interest the final bit of the 2020 recruiting cycle. Kpodar needs to continue to sharpen up on his skills and zero in on one position. Learning to play with more urgency while engaged with opponent will help take advantage of his physical tools. It seems like his mindset on the gridiron leans more to the offensive side of the football. Breaking more tackles after the catch, working on route running and getting better leverage while blocking are all areas to focus on. If given the right opportunity, Kpodar could really grow leaps and bounds in college. With his frame, you can expect the senior to be a whole lot closer to 250 by the time he is an upperclassmen.