Posted On: 09/16/20 10:42 AM

Dual-purpose tight ends are some of the most sought after athletes for the next level. Tight ends that can block and catch are worth their weight in gold to a college football program. They have taken the place of the traditional fullback as an H-Back blocker but also are a real receiving threat coming out of the backfield. The versatility of the tight end position is apparent by the variety of places they align, anywhere from on the line of scrimmage to flexed or even split out wide. Tight ends are also valuable to collegiate programs as special teams players due to their athleticism.

 

Micah Riley     6’5” 230     TE     West Bellevue, Nebraska

Riley is both an outstanding blocking and receiving tight end. Executes blocks just as effectively when on the line of scrimmage or flexed out; really stays after the defender. Micah is not only sure handed when catching the football but gets those valuable yards after reception college coaches look for in a dual-purpose tight end.

Andre DollarAndreDollar6'5" | TEMustang | 2022StateOK     6”5” 220     TE     Mustang, Oklahoma

Versatile is the best word to describe Andre DollarAndreDollar6'5" | TEMustang | 2022StateOK. This talented athlete towers above the opposition. He can align as a

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