NFL Draft 2011: Could Tampa Bay Buccaneers Get Tight End Steal in Late Round?
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft: Jordan Cameron is an intriguing prospect:
There is a pattern growing at tight end in the NFL. Players with college basketball experience translate very well. Tony Gonzalez is the best tight end of all time and has basketball experience. The rest of Antonio Gates' career will challenge Gonzalez for that honor and he played college basketball. New Orleans' Jimmy Graham played basketball at Miami and is a budding star.
The latest player trying to make that transition is Southern Cal tight end Jordan Cameron. He's set to visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers later this week, reports Yahoo! Sports.
Jordan turned heads at the NFL Scouting Combine with a 4.53-second 40-yard dash and a 37.5-inch vertical jump. He wasn't extremely productive for the Trojans (16 catches, 126 yards, one touchdown as a senior), he has tremendous upside because of his athleticism.
Tampa Bay could look to bring him in in a late mid to late round. Kellen Winslow Jr. is a bona fide starter that could tutor Jordan in turning potential into production.
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