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Scouts Inc. on tight ends

Originally Published: August 5, 2009
Scouts Inc.

Dominating tight ends are becoming less of a luxury and more of a need for strong college programs. A tight end who stretches the field in the passing game always adds to the potency of an offensive attack.

The ideal tight end prospect has the versatility to go deep, force teams into mismatches and make defenses account for him in both the run and passing game. Much like the fullback position, if the tight end is one-dimensional, it forces the offense to be more predictable, and defenses ...

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