Jordan Leggett (16) during spring practices. Courtesy OrangeAndWhite.com
Speaking of Leggett, he's shown Saturday that he should win the starting tight end job. He was excellent as a blocker on the edge. He was able to wall off the linebackers at the second level and created good push if his running back could bust it outside.
As a receiver, he truly excelled, though. He was regularly targeted for short passes in clutch situations and caught everything thrown his way. He even turned a 4th-and-2 pass that was a short first-down catch into a long 51-yard touchdown with excellent yard-after-catch ability.
He could be more than just a freshman starter at tight end, too. He could possibly be part of the Freshman All-American team at the position.
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Scott Carasik is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. He covers the Atlanta Falcons, NFL and NFL Draft. He also runs DraftFalcons.com.