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NFL 2024 Rooking Scouting Report: Dominick Puni, OG, Kansas

Drafted to San Francisco 49ers


Height: 6’5”

Weight: 313

Arm Length: 33 ⅜   


40-Yard Dash: 5.35 seconds

10-Yard Split: 1.86 seconds

3-Cone: 7.47 seconds

20-Yard Shuttle: 4.4 seconds

Vertical: 30”

Broad Jump: 8’ 11”

Bench Press: N/A



  • A phenomenal athlete who mirrors rushers well and works well in space. 
  • Does a good job initiating contact to get hands-on first. 
  • Plays with great balance. 
  • Strong upper half that locks out once he gets hands-on. 
  • Strong grip that is difficult to break from.
  • Elite size and length for an IOL.
  • Utilizes good angles to win blocks when strength doesn’t cut it.


  • Could be more consistent in playing with active eyes.
  • Needs to be better at getting inside placement with his hands. 


  • He started his collegiate career at the University of Central Missouri before transferring to Kansas.
  • All-Big 12 honorable mention in 2022.
  • First-team All-Big 12 in 2023.



Attending the University of Central Missouri before transferring to Kansas, Dominick Puni has been a steady riser since the season’s end. From an All-Big 12 honorable mention in 2022 to First-team All-Big 12 in 2023, Puni will look to continue his upward trend in the NFL. 

Despite his beginnings, there’s a lot to like about the Jayhawk. Boasting a thick frame, and up to par with the ideal NFL height and weight, Puni is a phenomenal athlete who mirrors athletes very well and works well in space. For the Jayhawks, he has some experience as their starting LT and has shown he’s more than capable of holding his own on reach blocks. Playing with great balance, Puni takes good angles when strength doesn’t cut it. However, this typically isn’t the case as he has a strong upper body and a grip that’s extremely difficult to break free from. 

On the other hand, Puni could be more consistent in keeping his eyes active as he can be inconsistent at recognizing delayed blitzes and stunts. Additionally, he needs to work on getting better positioning with his hands. Too often Puni can be seen with his hands on the outside which could lead to holds as competition gets more difficult in the NFL. 

Overall, Puni is a tremendous story of what hard work and dedication can do for a player’s development. If Puni continues this upward trajectory, he could be a Day 2 lock. 


My Two Cents

Puni is one of my favorite interior offensive line prospects this year. Just like everyone else, I too love an unexpected rise to prominence. As of right now, Puni should be going anywhere between the late second and the end of the third. However, it wouldn’t be surprising if he jumps into an early round 2 conversation.

Drafted Round 3, Pick 86 to the San Francisco 49ers

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