The San Diego Chargers select Tight End Dedrick Epps from the University of Miami with their seventh round selection, pick number 235
DEDRICK EPPS PROFILE
"Epps was an on-and-off starter for pretty much his whole career at Miami, and while he has shown some consistency and play-making skills, he really does nothing that jumps off the screen at you. He is fairly athletic and can adjust to off-target throws to make difficult catches, but he also will drop some easy ones, as well. He lacks the speed and acceleration to be much of a threat down the seams. He is a more-than-willing blocker but lacks the size to be more than a finesse blocker who just gets the job done. He should compete for a backup position but lacks the tools to be a front-line player at the next level."
DEDRICK EPPS HIGHLIGHTS
Leave your reaction in the comments section below!
This Week's Popular Posts
Could this finally be the missing piece of the puzzle the team has had such a need for at left tackle to protect the teams franchise quarte...
The San Diego Chargers released tackle Kevin Haslam , the team announced today . He spent the 2012 season with the Bolts, playing in five ...
The Chargers have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with former Indianapolis Colts outside linebacker Dwight Freeney . “It’s g...
The Chargers announced today they signed former Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Keiser . The 6-4, 260-pound veteran spent his ...