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Boston College uses the tight end position well, and Barry is long and athletic and could be the next Hunter Long.
After a medical retirement from Oklahoma, Calcaterra finds himself at SMU after an initial commitment to Auburn. Could we see the player who caught two touchdown passes in the Big 12 title game back in 2018 and showed much promise his first two years? Time will tell.
Woods has amazing size at 6-foot-7, but he didn’t have a productive career at Oklahoma State with only four touchdowns. But he’s a red zone danger at Virginia.
Conyers is a 2020 prospect, so he doesn’t have a college resume. But out of high school he was a reliable pass catcher who could also stretch the field.
We know one thing: He’s athletic. That hasn’t helped him produce much at USC or Illinois, but the upside is there.
Epps is a nice get from Texas for USC as that pipeline continues. He has solid athleticism but he has to work on the drops.
A hard-nosed kid, few will outwork Toll. He will be a leader at Colorado.
Coming from Texas Tech, he should be ready to make an impact in the SMU passing game.
Pettigrew has the size and athleticism to make more of an impact at a lower level than he did at LSU.
We saw what he could do last season against Ole Miss, so we know the upside is there.