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Posted On: 04/2/21 11:49 AM

The tight end position is perhaps one of the more undervalued positions in football. They have a critical role in both the run game, and the pass game. With the upcoming NFL Draft, former Florida Gator Kyle Pitts leads the way at the position, with a rare set of skills and athleticism. These Michiganders aren’t on Pitts level yet, but are leading the way in the state heading into their final high school season. Their combinations of size, strength, and an innate pass catching ability really set these three apart from others, and are a big reason coaches at Fordson, Royal Oak and Bay City Western sleep good at night. 

Mohammed Hazime Mohammed Hazime 6'5" | TE Fordson | 2022 State MI , 6’5, 225 Fordson 

Hazime has a great level of hunger on the field, while carrying a pretty nimble body. He’s got versatility, and plays a big part in the rising Fordson football program. One of the unique things about Hazime is that he also stars on the defensive side of the ball, consistently making plays in the backfield of opposing teams. His motor, no pun intended, is a big reason he’s a rising star on the football field in the

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