Steve Fleming
TE | (6'6", 260, 4.9) | Arizona

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Overall: Fleming began his career at Arizona as a quarterback but redshirted in 2000 and moved to tight end prior to his redshirt freshman season in 2001. He saw limited action as a backup from 2001-'02 and had shoulder surgery in the spring of 2003, but emerged as a fulltime starter as a junior in 2003. He finished his junior season with 24 receptions for 222 yards and two touchdowns and had a similarly productive senior season in 2004 with 23 catches for 332 yards and two TD's. Fleming has terrific size, good hands and a solid feel as a route runner. He also has developed into a decent position-blocker. However, his lack of explosiveness as a receiver and toughness as a blocker will cause him to slip on draft day. In our opinion, Fleming has the potential to develop into a solid possession receiver as a No. 2 TE ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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