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Prospect Primer: TE Evan Engram, Mississippi

Posted Mar 14, 2017

Name: Evan Engram

Position: TE

Ht.-Wt.: 6-3, 234

School: Mississippi

Key stat: Caught 65 passes for 926 yards and eight TDs in 2016 after a slightly down year statistically in 2015 prompted him to stay in school another year rather than declare early for the draft.

Notable: A matchup tight end who lined up everywhere on the field for the Rebels, was productive right away as a freshman in college all the way through, becoming a two-time team captain and a three-time All-SEC selection.

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