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Old 02-22-2014, 06:30 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by Pestilence View Post
Amaro is strong.....damn.
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I'd rather take Amaro
Originally Posted by BossChief View Post
And he is very fast for a guy his size. He also runs crisp routes, has great hands and is football smart.

I'd be happy with him at 23, too.
Originally Posted by htismaqe View Post
He is a WR in a TE's body. Think Shannon Sharpe.

Amaro struggles in tight end drills. Despite 106 catches last season, he isn't the most natural hands catcher and that showed during the receiving drills as the projected first rounded struggled to consistently catch the ball away from his body.

Amaro displayed good length to extend with the reflexes and tracking ability to quickly adjust, but too often he fought the ball at the catch point, especially in the gauntlet drills. Amaro was also coached on several occasions for slowing down in his route breaks and not exploding around the cones.
Despite running the fastest 40-yard dash among tight ends (4.50), Tennessee State's A.C. Leonard didn't stand out one way or another.
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