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    2014 Combine measurements: TE

    Player
    School
    Height
    Weight
    Off. 40 Time
    Unoff. 40 Time
    10-Yd Split
    Bench
    Vert
    Arm
    Hand
    Jace Amaro
    Texas Tech
    6-5 3/8
    265
    4.74
    4.62
    28
    30
    34
    9
    Rob Blanchflower
    Massachusetts
    6-4
    256
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    33 3/4
    9 5/8
    Trey Burton
    Florida
    6-2
    224
    4.62
    4.50
    DNP
    31
    9 3/8
    Joe Don Duncan
    Dixie
    6-3
    268
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    35
    32 3/8
    10 1/2
    Eric Ebron
    North Carolina
    6-4 3/8
    250
    4.60
    4.50
    24
    30
    33 1/4
    10
    C.J. Fedorowicz
    Iowa
    6-5
    265
    4.76
    4.80
    25
    33
    10 1/4
    Crockett Gillmore
    Colorado State
    6-6
    260
    4.89
    4.81
    DNP
    30.5
    33 3/4
    10 3/8
    Xavier Grimble
    Southern California
    6-4
    257
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    33 5/8
    10 1/4
    Nic Jacobs
    McNeese State
    6-5
    269
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    15
    DNP
    34 1/8
    10
    Marcel Jensen
    Fresno State
    6-6
    259
    4.85
    4.75
    24
    33
    34 7/8
    9 7/8
    Reggie Jordan
    Missouri Western State
    6-3
    240
    4.77
    4.53
    24
    32 1/4
    9 5/8
    A.C. Leonard
    Tennessee State
    6-2
    252
    4.50
    4.43
    20
    32.5
    33
    9 1/4
    Colt Lyerla
    Oregon
    6-4
    242
    4.61
    4.47
    15
    36.5
    32 3/4
    10 1/4
    Arthur Lynch
    Georgia
    6-5
    258
    4.82
    4.68
    28
    32 1/2
    10 1/8
    Jake Murphy
    Utah
    6-4
    249
    4.79
    4.72
    24
    30.5
    31 3/4
    10
    Jordan Najvar
    Baylor
    6-6
    256
    4.93
    4.85
    18
    32 1/4
    10
    Troy Niklas
    Notre Dame
    6-6 1/2
    270
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    27
    30
    34 1/8
    10
    Jake Pedersen
    Wisconsin
    6-3
    238
    4.89
    4.78
    DNP
    31 3/4
    9
    Richard Rodgers
    California
    6-4
    257
    4.87
    4.84
    16
    32 5/8
    10 1/8
    Austin Seferian-Jenkins
    Washington
    6-5 1/2
    262
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    20
    DNP
    33 3/4
    9 3/4
    D.J. Tialavea
    Utah State
    6-3
    267
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    33 5/8
    9 1/4


    http://walterfootball.com/combine2014TE.php
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    Wow Jace Amaro has some super small hands for a guy his size and Rob Blanchflower has to have the longest arms in history...256" arms...WHAT A CATCH RADIUS!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    Wow Jace Amaro has some super small hands for a guy his size and Rob Blanchflower has to have the longest arms in history...256" arms...WHAT A CATCH RADIUS!!
    I fixed it. See if I can find out something in the coming days.- I corrected it.
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    Amaro's hand size could be an issue...

    I like Niklas, ASF, CJ, Ebron's size and build....
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    Ebron will be a stud in the league. He's actually gained a few pounds so will be interesting to see how fast he runs. I am warming up to Niklas as a TE for us. He's not as fast as Ebron but his size is incredible. Too bad we won't pick either one. Seems like every year when there is a stud TE we bypass.
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    Someone is going to get a late round steal in Lyerla. Yep, he made mistakes, but the dude is physical freak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudder1310 View Post
    Someone is going to get a late round steal in Lyerla. Yep, he made mistakes, but the dude is physical freak.
    He's only like 4 or 5 pounds heavier than Calvin Johnson without the speed and with all the off field issues you could possibly want. Not what this organization needs right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    He's only like 4 or 5 pounds heavier than Calvin Johnson without the speed and with all the off field issues you could possibly want. Not what this organization needs right now.
    Probably why he said, "Someone is" and not, "Miami could".
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfanjay13 View Post
    Probably why he said, "Someone is" and not, "Miami could".
    You think? Wow, I'm so much better off now that you commented.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt11390 View Post
    Ebron will be a stud in the league. He's actually gained a few pounds so will be interesting to see how fast he runs. I am warming up to Niklas as a TE for us. He's not as fast as Ebron but his size is incredible. Too bad we won't pick either one. Seems like every year when there is a stud TE we bypass.
    We bypass tight ends because we use the pick on someone that can cover tight ends lol
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