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    PA Guys - Who's the better TE prospect?

    The Steelers seem to be looking for a blocking TE & not being up there in PA to see these guys, who's a better prospect?....

    1. Nate Byham (Pitt) - A blocker, not much upside?
    2. Andrew Quarless (PSU) - Unrealized potential?
    3. Mickey Shuler (PSU) - Better athlete than player?
    4. Steve Maneri (Temple) - O-lineman conversion?
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    Re: PA Guys - Who's the better TE prospect?

    You could at least throw Dorin Dickerson into the conversation since he'll probably be drafted higher then any of those other TE's you mentioned.

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    Re: PA Guys - Who's the better TE prospect?

    Apples and Oranges.

    Quarless and Bynham are the best of that group. But, Quarless is a receiving TE with great athleticism and not much polish. Bynham is basically a third tackle. He excels at blocking and is an underneath target only. They should both go in the middle to late rounds.
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    Re: PA Guys - Who's the better TE prospect?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yinzerdude
    You could at least throw Dorin Dickerson into the conversation since he'll probably be drafted higher then any of those other TE's you mentioned.
    I know he will, but he really isn't a viable TE is he? He's more of H-Back with great speed. It would seem that the team may be looking to upgrade the blocking from their 2nd TE.
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