Dave Kashetta
TE | (6'3", 247, 4.9) | Boston College

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Overall: Kashetta, who finished with 18 receptions for 242 yards and four touchdowns as a backup in 2003, had to patiently wait his turn behind Sean Ryan and Frank Misurelli during his first three seasons at Boston College. He finally became a fulltime starter as a senior in 2004, when he finished with 22 receptions for 218 yards and four TD's. Kashetta has good size, is a physical blocker and a reliable receiver. He is a relatively smooth athlete who will surprise you with his ability to adjust to some throws and to make some acrobatic catches. Long snapping ability will also help. The bottom line, however, is that he lacks speed to stretch the field vertically in the NFL, which is why he's likely to slip to the later rounds of the 2005 draft.

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