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BF.C Fall Camp Preview: TE's and HB's

CALEB SMITH

CORVALLIS – Oregon State will head into the fall with six tight ends vying to fill two available slots. With a starting H-back likely set, will credence be given to size or speed when selecting the TE starter? On paper, it looks easy, but BF.C digs deeper and takes a close look at the roots of the Oregon State tight end situation in 2013.

With the exception of the fullback slot, the tight end designation was the only offensive position that received no recruiting love in the 2013 draft class for OSU. That might be due to confidence in a full cupboard. Spotlight: That confidence is not due solely to the talent of H-Back Connor Hamlett, a 6-7 option that proved to be electric at times in 2012 with 32 receptions for 403 yards and...

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