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flucobaseball
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Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


I realize he's just an UDFA, but it seems weird to me to bring in a TE who basically weighs 300lbs. Is it possible that the coaches see him as an athletic OL and are just bringing him in to see if the potential is there? I just don't see a TE that big in our offense.






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wildtigercat93
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


Usually if you have to ask that question then its OT





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AlexMSU
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


I noticed that as well. I would assume an OT prospect but who knows.





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lsutigers1992
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


Secondary position is listed as OT and DE





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flucobaseball
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


Good point. I probably should have kept it to myself.





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Zoltan
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


tackle eligible





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Coach in Waiting
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Instead of using a lineman as an extra blocker like Streif was used during the Super Bowl year, they can just use a really big TE who could actually catch.





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L.A.
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


Maybe a potential convert to C. We could use some depth there.





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bountyhunter
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re: Keavon Milton - TE or OL?


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Maybe a potential convert to C. We could use some depth there.


I'm not sure about that. Traditionally, your center is adjusting blocking schemes based on what he sees on the line up until he snaps the ball. It is probably one of the most mentally challenging positions to play in football, and like any position of that description requires a lot of time learning the position. I could see him coming in as OT or TE on Goal line plays.






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