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The Good, The Bad and The Questions: TE

ANDREI LINTZ

IT'S BEEN A while since WSU had an impact tight end. Good ones like Jed Collins are flat-out hard to find. The Cougs, however, may be on the verge of ramping up production there thanks to a pair of high-upside redshirt sophomores, an experienced senior and a touted incoming freshman from Spokane. In CF.C's ongoing series leading to the start of fall camp, we today analyze the tight end position.

The Good: Size and experience. The Cougs have two third-year sophomores -- Skylar Stormo (6-4, 260) played in 12 games last year and Andrei Lintz (6-5, 255) played in 11, while senior Zach Tatman (6-5, 250) also played in 11 games. All are well versed in tight end coach Rich Rasmussen's system and consistency should be improved in 2010. Stormo, all-around, was the most dependable tight end in...

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