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Name: Andrew Beck

SCHOOL: Texas

CONFERENCE: Big 12

POSITION: Tight End

CLASS: Senior

JERSEY: No. 47

RECRUITMENT RATING: 3-star

HT: 6’4

WT: 260 lbs

D.O.B.: N/A


PROS: Solid run blocker, and handles defensive backs in space as well. Good hands in open field, shows advanced awareness of sidelines and defenders pre and post catch. YAC ability. Uses his slightly limited athleticism well, eating up space and with field vision. Strong enough to break tackles with frequency. Knack for the big play with deeper, more extended route tree than most tight ends. High upside with the versatility to be moved around the offense and utilized in a variety of ways as a receiver and blocker.

Cons: Easily abused by opposing edge rushers and most linebackers in pass protection. Not strong enough as a blocker for the NFL at this stage of his career. Still new to the tight end position and the rawness shows. Raw route runner at every level. Needs to polish up his game at just about every aspect. Poor hands when contested. Traffic kills most of his effectiveness as a receiver, needs space to operate. At this point, not a significant red zone threat by any means. Extremely limited production despite his potential.

-Brad Kelly