"Both of these kids are versatile prospects," said Brian Dohn, Scout.com's Northeast recruiting analyst. "When I say that, when you're recruiting kids, you want the next stud, but you also want a kid who can play multiple positions, so if one position doesn't work out, he can play another position. To me, [Kulka is] interesting because he goes in at this point as a defensive lineman. I look at him as a D-tackle. Everything I've seen, they play a 3-4. He plays with his hand on the ground. He's a kid who would be a 3-technique D-tackle. … Again, I look at him like, OK, if D-tackle doesn't work out, I can see him playing guard. It depends on his length, [but he] could grow into an offensive tackle."