Evan Engram has to prove he can block like a TE for Giants

Evan Engram was one of the nation’s most productive tight ends in 2016, hauling in 65 passes for 926 yards in just 11 games at Ole Miss. While there’s no questioning his ability to make plays, one thing may keep him from being a dynamo in the NFL: his blocking.

The other has a lot to do with geography. Louisiana and its surrounding states produce a ton of great athletes.

Dupre was the No. 4 WR in the country coming out of high school. Landry and Beckham were both top-20 WRs as well, with Landry No. 2. All three played high school football in Louisiana. If LSU couldn’t get either to go to Baton Rouge, it would be another issue entirely. More often than not, if you’re good enough, you play high school football in that state, and if the Tigers want you, you go to LSU.

The other thing is, despite a deflated reception number in college, you’re still going to go to the Personalized Cheap Jerseys league and get paid, provided you have the skills. Besides Terrence Toliver (currently in the CFL) and Early Doucet, all the other WRs on our list above either just finished or are still in the midst of successful NFL careers. Bowe has been out of the league for a year after an eight-year career that included a Pro Bowl selection, and he led the league in touchdowns back in 2010.

Dupre’s expected to be a mid-round pick in this year’s draft, and he left school early. If he produces in the NHL Jerseys Wholesale NFL, he’ll be the latest in a line of Tigers in the NFL who didn’t exactly set the world on fire with receptions in college.

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