Complete information on the tight ends that participated at the combine. Included are official height, weight, arm length, hand size , bench results plus two hand timings in the forty. Practice reports for all who participated are also included.
|Nate Byham||Pittsburgh||6037||268||33 1/2||10||DNL||4.97||4.97|
|Dorin Dickerson||Pittsburgh||6013||226||34||9 3/4||24||4.50||4.47|
|Ed Dickson||Oregon||6042||249||33||9 3/4||23||4.65||4.66|
|Jim Dray||Stanford||6046||246||33||10 1/8||17||DNR|
|Brody Eldridge||Oklahoma||6046||261||32 1/2||9 5/8||DNL||DNR|
|Dedrick Epps||Miami-Fl||6033||250||33 1/8||9 7/8||19||DNR|
|Riar Geer||Colorado||6027||256||33||10 1/8||13||4.97||5.03|
|James Graham||Miami-Fl||6062||260||35||10 5/8||DNL||4.58||4.55|
|Garrett Graham||Wisconsin||6031||243||32||9 1/2||20||4.66||4.68|
|Jermaine Gresham||Oklahoma||6052||261||34 3/4||9 5/8||20||4.73||4.71|
|Rob Gronkowski||Arizona||6062||264||34 1/4||10 3/4||23||DNR|
|Clay Harbor||Missouri State||6025||252||32 5/8||9 1/2||30||4.56||4.63|
|Aaron Hernandez||Florida||6023||245||32 1/4||9 3/4||DNL||DNR|
|Michael Hoomanawanui||Illinois||6035||264||33||10 1/8||25||DNR|
|Jaron Mastrud||Kansas State||6053||256||33 1/2||9 1/4||DNL||DNR|
|Anthony McCoy||USC||6044||259||34||10 3/8||19||4.69||4.74|
|Tony Moeaki||Iowa||6030||245||33 1/4||10 1/8||18||4.72||4.67|
|Colin Peek||Alabama||6052||254||34||9 5/8||19||DNR|
|Dennis Pitta||BYU||6044||245||32 1/4||10||27||4.62||4.68|
|Andrew Quarless||Penn State||6043||254||34||10 1/4||23||4.59||4.63|
Nate Byham/Pittsburgh; showed no burst in his game and lumbered about the field. Adequate strength in blocking drills.
Dorin Dickerson/Pittsburgh; explodes off the line into pass routes or blocks, stays low to the ground, and ran good routes. Caught the ball relatively well, yet did not display strong hands and had some fastballs slip by.
Ed Dickson/Oregon; played with good leverage, extends his hands, and looks the ball in. Ran relatively sharp routes. Made a number of solid over-the-shoulder receptions downfield.
Brody Eldridge/Oklahoma; caught the ball relatively well though he shows no speed. Blocks with good lean and showed good jolt at the point of attack.
Riar Geer/Colorado; displayed some explosion blocking, good hand/eye coordination, and extends to make receptions away from his frame. Dropped a lot of passes throughout the session.
Garrett Graham/Wisconsin; fluid, adjusts well on errant throws, and snatches the ball from the air. Marginal strength in blocking drills.
Jimmy Graham/Miami; played with excellent body control, fluid moving about the field, and displayed good quickness in his game. Very natural catching the football. Needs to brush up his route running, yet overall a very good session.
Jermaine Gresham/Oklahoma; caught the ball well with his hands, although he did let a few passes slip by. Slow footed and choppy into routes. Displayed no burst. And really struggled to run to the deep throw.
Clay Harbor/Missouri St.; did not practice to the speed of which he timed earlier in the day, showed some quickness in his game, and better than expected strength.
Anthony McCoy/USC; started slow, then picked it up as the session progressed. Practiced faster than his forty time. Ran poor routes. Did not seem very sure of himself.
Tony Moeaki/Iowa; good overall session. Caught everything that was thrown in his direction. Made several solid deep receptions and displayed soft hands.
Dennis Pitta/BYU; caught the ball well, smooth and fluid about the field, and nicely adjusted to errant passes. Marginal strength as a blocker.
Andrew Quarless/Penn St.; looked athletic and ran well, yet was inconsistent catching the football. Lacked balance and was consistently slipping on the field. Dropped a few too many passes. Showed a lot of upside, but has to pull it together.