NFL Draftmen: Biggest TE Ever 6'7", 405-Lb LaQuan McGowan Enters NFL Draft

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistApril 22, 2016

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Baylor tight end LaQuan McGowan would be one of the largest players in NFL history if he is drafted this April. At 6'7" and 405 pounds, nobody on defense will want to get in his way.

Despite his size, he is no slouch. McGowan caught three touchdown passes at Baylor and can run a 5.41-second 40-yard-dash. He can also bench more than most of the offensive linemen invited to the combine.

Check out the Baylor Bear's skills and look for him in the draft.

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