6 TE's Went Off The Board....

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if I am counting right and that's always not a sure thing :p

So who is left and who do you see us going after? Do you think we grab someone with the early 4th pick or do we keep building the OL and just pick up whoever is left at TE/LB with our 2 picks in the late 5th?
 

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http://www.nfl.com/draft/2002/position/TE.html

of these guys:
http://nfl.kffl.com/features/nfl_draft/2002/reports/kgraff-tes031002.shtml


Randy McMichael | Georgia | 6-3 235 | 4.65 40 Time
McMichael is the best receiver in this group. The problem is he's small and wasn't asked to do anything other than catch passes at Georgia. He's likely to end up at H-Back, which limits his draft possibilities somewhat.
Ranking: No. 36, 2nd Round.


Darnell Sanders | Ohio State | 6-5 265 | 4.78 40 Time
Sanders came out after his junior year. With another season under his belt we could be looking at a first round pick. Right now he still has some improving to do, mostly in the finer points of route running and getting open. He could possibly develop into very good starting tight end.
Ranking: No. 48, 2nd Round.
 

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Originally posted by dolphan39

Randy McMichael | Georgia | 6-3 235 | 4.65 40 Time
McMichael is the best receiver in this group. The problem is he's small and wasn't asked to do anything other than catch passes at Georgia. He's likely to end up at H-Back, which limits his draft possibilities somewhat.
Ranking: No. 36, 2nd Round.

I've seen his name crop up between working out with the phins and just in some draft picks of people here.
 
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