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    Quote Originally Posted by gibril28wilson View Post
    Hodges and Engram are WRs, watch them play and tell me they're not lol
    Agreed. Everett too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kase-1 View Post
    Id rank them

    Howard
    Njoku
    Everett
    Engram


    Dont like Hodges, Butt, or Legett
    Why don't you like Leggett? Beware of TE's on loaded offenses....Their numbers can be misleading because there are too many mouths to feed...so to speak.

    A lot of guys were high on him and he started the year projected in the 2nd round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gee718 View Post
    Why don't you like Leggett? Beware of TE's on loaded offenses....Their numbers can be misleading because there are too many mouths to feed...so to speak.

    A lot of guys were high on him and he started the year projected in the 2nd round.
    Lazy, doesn't block, loose with the ball, desire, aggressiveness and willing to block all questioned by scouts. I'll take a hard pass on him
    1st- OJ Howard or David Njoku, TE
    2nd- Dion Dawkins, OT/OG
    3rd- Jaleel Johnson, DT
    4th- Samaje Perine, RB
    5th- Damontae Kazee, CB
    6th- Ejuan Price, DE/OLB
    7th- Tedric Thompson, FS

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    Butt is supposedly ahead of scheduel on his acl. could possibly be ready to play come training camp.

    would be a steal if we get him in the 3rd. pretty complete TE. compared to Witten which is pretty high praise

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedingBlue123 View Post
    Hate to say this but Reese might describe him as "the JPP of tight ends".
    Hate to say this but we already have Adrien Robinson.

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    No one likes Adam Shaheen huh?
    1-OT Ryan Ramczyk
    2-TE Adam Shaheen
    3-DE Demarcus Walker
    4-RB Samaje Perine
    5-QB Joshua Dobbs
    6-CB Marquez White
    7-LB Ben Boulware

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kase-1 View Post
    Lazy, doesn't block, loose with the ball, desire, aggressiveness and willing to block all questioned by scouts. I'll take a hard pass on him
    As soon as I read that the player has questionable desire, work ethic, etc., I want nothing to do with him.

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    I could see the Iowa TE as a late round option ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    No one likes Adam Shaheen huh?
    Shaheen is starting to grow on me more. From what I read, there may be some team that would be willing to draft him in the 2nd rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCHOF View Post
    I could see the Iowa TE as a late round option ....
    Kittle. Yeah he played in a pro style offense at Iowa. Per NFL.com..........


    ANALYSIS
    STRENGTHS Has broad shoulders and waist with a durable frame. Plays in pro-style attack and approaches blocking like an offensive lineman. Comes off the ball with good pad level and strikes with leverage and hands inside opponent's frame. Blocks with good technique and has footwork to get to reach blocks and combos. Hands are confident and sure with just one drop against 48 catches. Able to make sudden body adjustments to poorly thrown balls. Flashes vertical speed to become a seam worker. Physical runner after the catch with more wiggle than you would expect.

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