David Paulson is an interesting prospect because from looking at him, you wouldn't get the impression of an athletic, pass-catching tight end.
But that is exactly where Paulson shines on the football field.
He is a consistent weapon in the passing game who has been known to make some outstanding catches from time to time. He didn't post eye-popping receiving numbers during his time at Oregon, but he was an ideal fit for that offense, being more than capable of making catches and moving the chains when called upon.
But not everything is perfect in Paulson's game. He does have several weak points where he can often be exposed out on the field as well.
Let's go ahead and break down six strengths and weaknesses of David Paulson's game.
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