Garrett Cross
TE | (6'4", 233, 4.72) | California

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Overall: Cross is a late-bloomer as an NFL prospect. He played with QB Aaron Rodgers at Butte Junior College before Rodgers transferred in 2002. Cross-didn't transfer from Butte to Cal until 2003 but he made an immediate impact. Cross had 16 receptions before he suffered a season-ending broken leg injury. Cross recovered from the injury and has developed into one of the nation's most productive pass-catching tight ends as a senior in 2004 with 28 receptions for 339 yards and five touchdowns. Cross has the frame to continue to bulk up but he's never going to be an adequately sized traditional tight end. Cross is clearly an H-back prospect with good receiving skills and overall athleticism, as well as above average top-end speed. Overall, Cross' lack of size and blocking ability will hurt him on draft day and limit him in the NFL, but he has the potential to develop ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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