Non-position specific categories
Tight Ends Specific Categories
|Red Zone Threat||8||4.5|
Versatile player. Has the speed to stretch the seams. Big and physical. Will fight for position. Good after the catch as he fights for yards. Does a nice job of high-pointing the ball. Good burst and can create separation against linebackers. Athletic that should be able to play multiple roles for a team. Has good special teams experience.
Not exactly a tight end prospect, but more of an H-back. Even though he’s seen time at fullback, he’s not much of an inline blocker. Route running is still developing. A project.
Dickerson has potential to pan out as an H-back type and could even see a full time transition to a wide receiver, or at least line up as a receiver in certain packages. Came to the Senior Bowl as a wide receiver and did a nice job while split out wide. He needs to work on his route running and stay in the film room for him to further develop, but he’s a boom or bust type guy. At the very least, he should be a nice special teams addition for a team with good potential as a pass catcher.
Only one full year of starting experience at the tight end position. Saw previous playing time at wide receiver, fullback, and outside linebacker.
Awards and Honors
Communications major at Pittsburgh.
No history of injuries while at Pitt.
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