Tight End Film Notes: East-West Shrine Game

George Bryan - North Carolina State

The following notes of note are snippets that were taken at live practices, practice tape and game tape. Ourlads NFL Scouting Services studied over 600 players from seven college all-star games. The East-West Shrine Game: Bruce Figgins (Georgia) – 6032, 272, arms 33 ¼”. Looks the part physically. Was suspended for six games for violating substance abuse policy in 2010. H-back with experience at fullback and tight end. Played with tight ends and halfbacks in practice and game. Good lead blocker on isolation plays. Chase Ford (Miami) – 6063, 258, long arms 33”, hands 10 ¼”. Lacks vertical speed to challenge Cover 2 safeties. Needs to get stronger to block ends one-on-one. Did catch a 64-yard pass in game. Evan Rodriguez (Temple) – 6015, 242. H-back with reliable hands and blocking ability. George Bryan (North Carolina State) – 6050, 265, arms 33 ¼”. Catches the ball well in a crowd. Good concentration and hands. Solid blocker. Talent to play on Sunday. Cory Harkey (UCLA) – 6040, 262. Physical blocking tight end. Position wall off. Works to finish. Kevin Koger (Michigan) – 6032, 262, hands 10 ¼”. Good combination of blocking and catching the ball in his hands. H-back type who can pull, trap, and adjust on the run. David Paulson (Oregon) – 6031, 243, hands 10”. A utility H-back who can line up as a fullback, tight end, or slot. Occupies blocking target. Will not knock a defender off the ball.

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