Barnes boosts draft stock
Michigan's David Baas improved his stock as much or more than any player at this year's combine to date.
Editor's note: Part II of Todd McShay's Indianapolis combine report includes tight ends, offensive tackles, offensive guards, centers and punters/kickers.
INDIANAPOLIS Monday's uninspiring workout was a microcosm of the 2005 tight end draft class. The only blue-chip prospect in the group is Heath Miller, and he elected not to run or work out. He reportedly has a "sports hernia," but Miller was not expected to work out regardless.
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