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He is only a 1 starter at TE , but is off the freakin charts athletically. At 6-4 265, he ran a 4.51, and 4.56 40, 1.61 10 yard split, 39.5" vertical leap, and a broad jump of 11'03". He has good ball skills, but would be in a good situation soaking up the game behind Gonzo, and Palmer. He looks to be a hidden gem in the mold of Jimmy Graham. After his pro day, he definately wont get past the 5th round.

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I like him but you're probably overrating him. He has very little playing experience and would have to be coached up. Even after his pro day, most analysts agree that he will still go undrafted, but after the draft there will probably be a free for all for his services. Another guy I really like late or if he goes undrafted is David Paulson. I think he could be a real sleeper.

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The 3 most athletic TEs in the draft:

TE Adrien Robinson, Cincy -- 6'4, 264 lbs, 4.56/4.51 40, 15 bench reps, 39.5" vert, 4.43 20 yard shuttle, 7.10 3 cone drill

TE James Hanna, Oklahoma -- 6'4, 252 lbs, 4.49/4.42 40, 24 bench reps, 36.5" vert, 4.11 20 yard shuttle, 6.76 3 cone drill

TE Michael Egnew, Mizzou -- 6'5, 255 lbs, 4.62/4.52 40, 21 bench reps, 36" vert, 4.32 20 yard shuttle, 7.03 3 cone drill

I prefer Hanna and Egnew due to: stronger physically and quicker in short area tests (getting out of breaks, separating from a defender off the line, fluidity). Hanna is easily the most athletically gifted but wasn't really utilized at Oklahoma. Boom/bust issue there but the size/speed/strength combo is pretty insane and he catches the ball like a WR from what I've seen.

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The 3 most athletic TEs in the draft:

TE Adrien Robinson, Cincy -- 6'4, 264 lbs, 4.56/4.51 40, 15 bench reps, 39.5" vert, 4.43 20 yard shuttle, 7.10 3 cone drill

TE James Hanna, Oklahoma -- 6'4, 252 lbs, 4.49/4.42 40, 24 bench reps, 36.5" vert, 4.11 20 yard shuttle, 6.76 3 cone drill

TE Michael Egnew, Mizzou -- 6'5, 255 lbs, 4.62/4.52 40, 21 bench reps, 36" vert, 4.32 20 yard shuttle, 7.03 3 cone drill

I prefer Hanna and Egnew due to: stronger physically and quicker in short area tests (getting out of breaks, separating from a defender off the line, fluidity). Hanna is easily the most athletically gifted but wasn't really utilized at Oklahoma. Boom/bust issue there but the size/speed/strength combo is pretty insane and he catches the ball like a WR from what I've seen.

Forgot Coby Fleener. He can fly for a big guy.

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