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Trevor Keegan 2024 NFL Draft: Combine Results, Scouting Report For Philadelphia Eagles OG

Michigan Wolverines guard Trevor Keegan
Michigan offensive lineman Trevor Keegan (OL38) during the 2024 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The 2024 NFL Draft is getting close, making it an excellent time to highlight some of the class' best players with scouting reports. Each report will include strengths, weaknesses and background information. 

Here's our report on Trevor Keegan.

Trevor Keegan 2024 NFL COMBINE RESULTS

  • Height: 6-foot-6
  • Weight: 320
  • 40-yard dash: 5.24
  • 10-yard split: 1.78
  • Vertical jump: 30.5"
  • Broad jump: 8'11"



  • Excellent size and length to allow him to use his hands and reach to engage defenders quickly after the snap
  • Good drive blocker who plays with good leverage and leg drive when needing to move defenders in the run game
  • Strong hands and good arm length to allow him to engage and maintain his blocks. Good strength
  • Very good vision and recognition of defensive schemes, allowing him to adjust and pick up defenders on stunts
  • Athletic mover in run game who is able to make blocks in space as a puller or on second and third level (good footwork)
  • Aggressive playing personality in attacking defenders as run and pass blocker. Physical at the point of contact
  • Comfortable moving laterally or pulling, which allows him to play under control and play with good angles
  • Good job in combo blocking schemes (duo), generating movement and using his quickness to get to the second level
  • Solid lateral agility shown in shuffling to stick with defenders both as run blocker and pass blocker (good feet)


  • Tall, upright player at times, especially in space, affecting his ability to COD and stick with quick defenders
  • His aggressive play style causes him to play off balance by dropping his head, which affects his body control
  • Catches defenders at times due to poor hand positioning when attacked with power/bull rush (wide hands)
  • Questionable body control and balance are shown when facing a good secondary rush due to a high playing style

Michigan Wolverines guard Trevor Keegan
Michigan offensive lineman Trevor Keegan, center, celebrates a touchdown scored by running back Blake Corum against Washington during the second half of Michigan's 34-13 win in the College Football Playoff national championship game in Houston.


Keegan was a three-year starter at left guard for Michigan (39 career starts). He is a physical interior lineman with good strength and a playing personality that allows him to generate movement and control defenders once engaged. He's a long lineman with good hands to engage and maintain his blocks but tends to be over-aggressive and lean into blocks, causing him to play off balance.

His movement in space as a run blocker when pulling or playing on the edge or up in the second level (solid footwork) shows good quickness. He plays with very good vision and feel for defensive schemes and stunts in how he trades off defenders smoothly. Keegan has inconsistent mechanics and technique at times at the point of attack due to his aggressive playing style. That can cause him to struggle to maintain his blocks after initial contact.

Overall, Keegan is an intriguing prospect because he has the size to play either inside at guard or on the edge at tackle. At Michigan, he played exclusively at left guard. He would provide versatile depth. He has a nasty, physical playing personality with good power and strength at the point of attack as a run blocker and pass blocker (solid anchor). Combining his strength with good footwork and lateral agility makes Keegan a good early Day 3 pick with the potential to develop into a good NFL starter.


Keegan came out of Crystal Lake, Ill., as a four-star recruit, ranked 19th in the nation at tackle and No. 1 in the state. He was a three-year starter with 39 career starts at Michigan, all at left guard. Keegan earned All-Big Ten Honorable Mention in 2021, first-team All-Big Ten in 2022 and second-team All-Big Ten in 2023.

In the past three seasons, Keegan had the 13th-most offensive snaps at left guard with all 2,111 snaps, and one at right guard. Of these plays, he had 936 pass plays, allowing only 13 pressures (1.4 percent pressure rate). Keegan had 1,174 running plays with only 16 snaps of blown assignments (1.4 percent bad run block rate). Both block rates were in the middle of the pack of left guards.