PT | (6-5, 240, 5.0) | Colorado State
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: Was a tight end in high school and looks like one. Walk-on in 1998 who redshirted. Squad member in '99. Took over punting duties in 2000 and averaged 39.1 yards on 52 kicks with 15 inside the 20 and a long of 59. All-Mountain West Conference by coaches in '01, when he averaged 43.0 with 16 inside the 20 (long 68) on 56 kicks, but he had two punts blocked and nine touchbacks. Had a midseason slump in '02 but rebounded to finish the year with a 40.9 average on 45 kicks, including 21 inside the 20, and only two touchbacks.Positives: King-sized kicker with long arms and big, soft hands. Has NFL leg strength and hang time. Handles bad weather and shows some directional-kicking ability.Negatives: Will need to improve touch-to-toe time and consistency to kick on the next level. Altitude is a factor in stats. Has way too many shanks and bad kicks. Takes too long to get his kicks off at times.Summary: Good free agent to bring to camp.* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.