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Thread: Slimm's 2015 Tight Ends

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    Slimm's 2015 Tight Ends

    Seniors:

    1. Nick O'Leary / Florida St. / 6'3", 248

    2. Rory Anderson / South Carolina / 6'4", 242
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    3. Clive Walford / Miami / 6'4", 259

    4. Jeff Heuerman / Ohio St. / 6'5", 252

    5. Connor Hamlett / Oregon St. / 6'7", 263

    6. Jake McGee / Florida / 6'6", 250
    (Transferred from Virginia)

    7. Kivon Cartwright / Colorado St. / 6'4", 245

    8. Tyreese Russell / Eastern Michigan / 6'3", 242

    9. Mitchell Henry / Western Kentucky / 6'4", 245

    10. MyCole Pruitt / Southern Illinois / 6'3", 250

    11. Sam Arneson / Wisconsin / 6'4", 254

    12. Braxton Deaver / Duke / 6'5", 240

    13. Randall Telfer / USC / 6'4", 250

    14. Gerald Christian / Louisville / 6'3", 242

    15. Nick Boyle / Delaware / 6'6", 270

    16. Kennard Backman / UAB / 6'3", 258

    17. E.J. Bibbs / Iowa St. / 6'3", 250

    18. Justin Tukes / UCF / 6'5", 257

    19. Ben Koyack / Notre Dame / 6'5", 261

    20. C.J. Uzomah / Auburn / 6'4", 258

    21. Malcolm Johnson / Mississippi St. / 6'2", 235

    22. Jon Davis / Illinois / 6'3", 240

    23. Cameron Clear / Texas A&M / 6'6", 270
    (Transfer from Tennessee where he was kicked off the team. Has legitimate talent. Might be the biggest TE in this class, which is a positive for him.)

    24. Blake Bell / Oklahoma / 6'6", 252
    (The Belldozer is Sooners' former QB.)

    25. Wes Saxton / South Alabama / 6'4", 240

    26. Devin Mahina / BYU / 6'6", 247

    27. Brian Vogler / Alabama / 6'7", 260

    28. Eric Tomlinson / UTEP / 6'7", 260

    29. Eric Frohnapfel / Marshall / 6'6", 230

    30. Matt LaCosse / Illinois / 6'6", 245

    31. Mike McFarland / USF / 6'5", 244

    32. Gabe Holmes / Purdue / 6'5", 243

    33. C.J. Parsons / Boston College / 6'6", 253

    34. Travis Dickson / LSU / 6'3", 230








    Underclassman:

    1. Jesse James / Penn St. / 6'7", 257

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    (Simply put, this kid is an athletic freak. He'll put up nearly 30 reps of 225 and run 4.7.)


    2. Devin Funchess / Michigan / 6'5", 235

    3. Maxx Williams / Minnesota / 6'4", 254

    4. Pharaoh Brown / Oregon / 6'6", 241

    5. Darion Griswold / Arkansas St. / 6'5", 264

    6. Tyler Kroft / Rutgers / 6'6", 240

    7. Jay Rome / Georgia / 6'6", 254

    8. Kyle Carter / Penn St. / 6'3", 243

    9. Stanton Seckinger / Clemson / 6'4", 230

    10. Dillon Gordon / LSU / 6'5", 286

    11. Mitchell Loewen / Arkansas / 6'4", 271
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    Who do you see fitting as good complements to Clay? I still think this is a position that Miami needs to find a playmaker.
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    Have a hard time with Jesse James over Funchess..
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    Can't help but think C.J. Uzomah is really underrated.
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    Jesse James is a monster. Funchess is outstanding also. Only concern I have regarding Funchess is that he's more of a big WR than a tight end. He's essentially playing receiver.

    Maxx Williams is really the most intriguing kid to me among my underclassman TE's. He's going to be a good one.
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    FWIW Slimm Funchess has moved to WR full time
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    FWIW Slimm Funchess has moved to WR full time
    Yeah I thought I pointed that out for the most part. He might as well be evaluated by the league as a wide receiver. That's where I'd play him and will most likely evaluate him as a receiver.
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    Best for funchess that he did switch to wr cause that guy was pillow soft trying to play tight end on my looks
    Last year...although if he's gonna be drafted as a wr he better not just be a big body but have some suddenness to his game...I was not interested in the player as a tight end at all...

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    I viewed Funchess as Jimmy Graham Flex/Slot type TE. However he seemed very comfortable out there at WR this past Saturday, albeit it was against App State. Jesse James is physically impressive but is not a natural hands catcher.
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    Jesse James is a huge target and has the wheels to pressure the seam. Reminds me of Todd Heap.
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