2014 Combine measurements: TE

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  1. DKphin

    DKphin A True Fan Donator

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    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 ​

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  2. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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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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    :lol2: I fixed it. See if I can find out something in the coming days.- I corrected it.
     
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  4. FSU Truth

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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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    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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    Probably why he said, "Someone is" and not, "Miami could".
     
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    You think? Wow, I'm so much better off now that you commented.
     
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    We bypass tight ends because we use the pick on someone that can cover tight ends lol
     
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    Great to hear. Let me know if you need assistance with anything else.
     
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    Amaro is turning to meh for me.
     
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    A.C. (slater) Leonoard from Tenn St. ran an unofficial 4.43. That's fast although he's not exactly huge (6'4 244lbs) or something.
     
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    Why is Niklas not running the 40??
     
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    Dan Kadar ‏@MockingTheDraft 1h
    Troy Niklas isn't running because he has a strain, as @MatthewFairburn noted earlier this week.
     
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    That sucks was interested in his 40.
    Thanks for the info.
     
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    Never liked amaro, I don't know what everyone sees on film that he was put into the 1st rnd by so many, that's insane to me.

    I want to draft Niklas so bad, but I know it's not happening. He could push his way into the first rnd, if he stays in college another year he almost for sure gets into the first round IMO.

    My only hope, is he doesn't go to NE
     
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    What little I have seen of Leonard, he moves like a back or a receiver. I haven't seen enough to comment on his hands or blocking ability, but he runs fluidly similar to Jordan Reed.
     
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    official time ended up 4.50.....also, he's 6-2, 252lbs
     
  20. 123phins

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    draft a tall TE with a good vertical and good hands to be redzone situations. I dont care if he is fast or slow or even if he can block because that is what sims is there for. Any Play making TE will have to be in the early rounds and will take snaps away from clay. 4th round is the highest that should be used on TE
     

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