3. Cornelius Ingram, Florida
4. Bear Pascoe, Fresno State
6. James Casey, Rice
8. Travis Beckum (6’4, 235), Wisconsin
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Strengths: Production, works good out of the slot, deceptive speed, good athlete, finds the holes in a zone, good in traffic and gets the ball at its highest point
Weaknesses: He needs to bulk up and gain a lot of strength, below average blocker, catches with his body at times, not too physical, doesn’t get off the line of scrimmage well, lacks lower body strength
Overview: Travis Beckum gets a majority of his catches underneath because he is a mismatch for most linebackers. He doesn’t play with intesity and that shows in his poor blocking game. I hate to use this to describe a player, but Beckum can play really soft. He needs to play with more passion and develop a lot as a blocker if he wants to be a true tight end at the next level.
9. Marquez Branson, Central Arkansas
10. Ryan Purvis, Boston College