It was the first private NFL workout for Kerns, who is taking the unconventional route of trying to earn a spot in the league without any major college experience.
“He has a skill level that you look for on the next level,” Montgomery said. “I don’t know about the toughness yet because I haven’t seen any tape on him. Just the movement, his ability to catch the ball and doing the little things you want a guy to do, he does that. Details, he does that.”
Lasaki and Montgomery will now file reports with the Ravens scouting department that will help determine if the team is interested in either drafting Kerns or signing him as an undrafted free agent.
“I thought it was a good workout,” Lasaki said. “Obviously, he is put together. He looks like he is ready to come out and do some things. He has decent speed and great size.”
During the workout, Montgomery offered Kerns praise and gave him some things to work on, such as keeping his head up and moving to his left.
Kerns’ only college football experience is Lackawanna, which is a junior college. He was named the Northeast Conference Offensive Player of the Year last season after rushing for a conference-high 737 yards.
Kerns’ agent, Sean Radin, said it would be unlikely that another private workout would be scheduled prior to the start of the NFL Draft on Thursday.