Heading into 2010 Egnew was finally expected to step into the starting tight end role. At 6-6 and 235 pounds, Egnew has the size and speed to be the next great tight end at Missouri. Egnew wasted little time showing off his skills in 2010. On a team with a ton of talented wide receivers, it was Egnew who led the team in the regular season with 83 catches. The Tigers passing offense was not as prolific as it has been in years past, thus Egnew only catching four touchdown passes, but he certainly proved to everybody that he can play at the next level.
As a result of his success during his junior campaign, Egnew has sent his paperwork to the NFL Advisory Committee for feedback on his likely draft position if he heads to the pro ranks a year early. Most NFL teams would likely benefit from another season in the system since he has really only played for one year, but he has the pure athleticism to be a second round draft pick this year."
He needs to add bulk and get stronger to survive at the NFL level. He has been a prime target for Blaine Gabbert, but he plays in a wide-open, spread offense featuring simple routes and could use more time to learn how to read coverages and develop physically before attempting to play with the big boys."
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