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Old 04-25-2009, 07:43 PM   #1
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Blocking tight ends rarely get the media attention that they deserve, but with quality pass protection and drive blocking at a premium in the National Football League, Quinn's prowess in the trenches has not gone unnoticed by the scouts that have spent quite a bit of time reviewing his game film. With so many NFL tight ends basically pass catchers, a player that performs like an offensive lineman at that position could have a long career ahead of him.

"Big Rich," as his teammates call him, grew up hoping to one day be another Jerry Rice. Mom's home cooking and dad's gene pool quickly eliminated that thought by the time he got to Maple Heights High School, where he grew into becoming the 15th-ranked tight end in the country, according to Rivals.com.

Quinn was also a member of Super Prep's All-Midwest Team. The two-time All-Conference and All-District selection led his team to a 10-2 record and a berth in the playoffs as a senior. Named the team offensive MVP, he recorded 32 catches for 468 yards and 10 touchdowns that year, adding 12 receptions for 254 yards and one touchdown as a junior.

With his size and frame, the Maple Heights High basketball coach recruited him for his team in 2004. In his only season on the hardwood court, he led the conference in rebounds. Prior to enrolling at Maple Heights as a junior, he played two seasons of football at Butler High School, located in Huntsville, Alabama.

Quinn enrolled at the University of North Carolina in January, 2005. He took part in spring drills, going on to play in nine games that season. He saw the bulk of his playing time on special teams, recording one solo tackle vs. Maryland. Scheduled to start in 2006, he suffered a right shoulder blade fracture a week before the season opener vs. Rutgers. Expected to miss three months, the coaching staff decided to grant him a medical hardship.

With Butch Davis having taken over as the Tar Heels' head coach, the offense changed dramatically in 2007. Davis used a lot of multiple receiver formations, relegating the tight ends to mostly blocking chores. Quinn started seven of 12 games, as he caught just four passes for 27 yards (6.8 avg) and a touchdown. He continued to excel on special teams, even returning three short kickoffs for 39 yards. He also displayed solid blocking skills, grading 84.7 percent for blocking consistency.

As a junior, Quinn was named All-American honorable mention by Scout.com. He started all but the Virginia Tech game at tight end, as he collected eight passes for 97 yards (12.1 avg) and one touchdown. He led the team with an 85.5 percent grade for blocking consistency and produced 11 touchdown-resulting blocks in the process.

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GENERAL REPORT: GRADE: 6.40

Body Structure: Quinn has a well-built frame with a proportionately athletic body. He has room on his frame to carry at least another 15 pounds of bulk and displays good upper and lower body muscle definition. He has large hands, long wingspan and good thigh and calf thickness.

Athletic Ability: Quinn is a good athlete with fluid motions and above average balance. He may lack the foot speed to gain acceleration or generate a sudden burst, but does show adequate movement skills upfield. He has a good vertical jump and does a nice job of timing his leaps and extending for the high passes. He runs with a smooth stride and shows adequate change of direction agility when blocking for the ground game into the second level, but lacks the suddenness or quick feet to gain separation after the catch. GRADE: 6.6

Football Sense: Quinn is a good student who is quick to learn and retain plays. He has very good football instincts, showing urgency getting into his routes and stalking linebackers to block when working in space. He learns and retains plays well and will not have problems dealing with the mental aspect of the game. GRADE: 6.5

Character: Quinn is a mature athlete who comes from a supportive family and shows very good responsibility. He is a good student who is compliant and says the right things. He is well-respected by his teammates and coaches, honoring with being one of the team captains for the 2008 season. GRADE: 6.3

Competitiveness: Quinn is very tough and aggressive as a blocker. He shows a determined attitude to compete and generates good strength to combat the defenders in the trenches. He's the type of guy that will stick his nose in the pile and one that will not hesitate to get very physical with his opponent. GRADE: 6.4

Work Habits: Quinn is one of the team's hardest workers. He is not the type that needs stroking by the coaching staff in order to perform and has no problems with hard coaching. He responds well to criticism and will do whatever it takes to improve his play. He worked hard to rehabilitate from his 2006 fractured shoulder blade and is the type that will play until the whistle. GRADE: 6.2

ATHLETIC REPORT: GRADE: 6.12

Release: Quinn releases cleanly off the line, using his size and reach to keep defenders at bay. He is very active with his hands and has the power to run through the jam. He has good eyes reading the zone and does a nice job of sitting down in the soft spots. He shows only adequate foot speed in his route. While he does not have a sudden burst on his release, he runs with a normal stride once he gets into his patterns. GRADE: 6.5

Acceleration: Quinn comes off the ball aggressively and consistently gains advantage by using his size to power through. He is an effective inside and short-area receiver, as he shows good timing and ability to catch the ball in traffic. However, he is not a deep threat due to a lack of speed. GRADE: 5.8

Quickness: Quinn shows short-area quickness and once he gets into his routes he runs with a normal stride, but lacks explosion. He compensates by using his strength and hands to push off the defenders at the line of scrimmage. He is best when used on control and inside patterns, as he has above average lateral agility to quickly gain position. GRADE: 5.6

Route Running: Quinn does not run crisp patterns in the short area, using his power to combat defenders when going across the line of scrimmage. He is effective settling in the zone, using his size to shield the ball from the defender, but his timed speed is adequate at best. He shows good body control adjusting to the ball in flight, but had limited opportunities at UNC to display his soft, natural hands. GRADE: 5.3

Separation Ability: Quinn will struggle to separate upfield, but is effective going across the field and operating in the hook/curl zones. He needs to be crisper coming out of his breaks, as he rounds his cuts often (does not make square cuts). GRADE: 5.2

Ball Concentration: Quinn is a very tough player over the middle of the field. He squares his shoulders, secures the ball, stays low in his pads and drives hard with his legs to gain yardage after the catch. He maintains good focus on the ball and is alert to get back to help when the quarterback is flushed out of the pocket. Nothing will prevent this guy from getting to the passes thrown directly at him, but he needs to refine his footwork, as he will take too many soft angle cuts. GRADE: 6.4

Ball Adjustment: Quinn has not really had many opportunities to show if he can get downfield and adjust to the ball in flight, as he is used more on controlled routes, hooks and curls. He has at least adequate body control, but is not a quick-twitch type of athlete. He makes good body adjustments going for the ball, especially staying at a proper pad level to scoop up the low throws. He is a good jumper, showing proper reach and pluck agility. He will sacrifice his body and take the hit to get to the pass at its high point, relying more on his pinpoint timing that a pure leap. GRADE: 5.7

Leaping Ability: Quinn is a former basketball player with good timing and leaping ability. He has the wingspan and reach to get to the ball at the high point. He is a quick leaper who knows how to plant and jump to get better extension. GRADE: 6.5

Hands: Quinn has large, soft hands and does a nice job of looking the ball in. His punch and hand placement are very effective when blocking, doing a nice job of locking on and steering his man wide from the play. The offensive system that UNC uses relegates the tight end to mostly dump-off and safety valve duties as a receiver. He has large mitts for hands, settles in the zone nicely, does a good job of selling his short-area routes and will secure the ball before turning upfield. He can easily catch the low ball and you will never see him fumble. He can extend for the ball well, but has not had a chance to show if he can catch with his back to the quarterback. GRADE: 6.4

Run After the Catch: Because of so few receptions past the short area, he has not provided scouts with a chance to see him run with the ball. GRADE: N/A

Blocking Ability: Quinn is an aggressive in-line blocker with good initial quickness and hip snap on contact. He shows good overall technique with his hand placement and works to finish, consistently sustaining his blocks. For the running game, he gets to the second level well, doing a nice job of fitting in space. He will consistently position and wall off the defender, showing above average leg drive and hand punch to sustain when blocking in-line. He faces up with size and power when blocking downfield. Just look at the job he did blocking for the ground game vs. Georgia Tech in 2008. He will stalk, wall off and finish with lots of power behind his hand jolt. GRADE: 7.8

Compares To: JOHN OWENS, Seattle -- Quinn is the unquestioned best that this tight end draft crop has to offer as far as blocking ability goes. He has had limited opportunities as a pass catcher and has just adequate timed speed. He will never be the type that will stretch the field and his receiving skills might never develop, but having him on the field is akin to playing with six offensive linemen.

OVERALL GRADE: 6.17

--Report by Dave-Te' Thomas

Career Notes
Quinn started 19 of 34 games at North Carolina, catching 12 passes for 124 yards (10.3 avg) and two touchdowns Gained 37 yards on four kickoff returns (9.3 avg) and recorded two solo tackles Registered 139 knockdowns, 18 touchdown-resulting blocks and 18 downfield blocks, grading 85.08 percent for blocking consistency.

2008 Season
Super Sleeper Team selection by The NFL Draft Report All-American honorable mention by Scout.com Started all but the Virginia Tech game at tight end Gained 97 yards on eight receptions (12.1 avg), including one touchdown Recovered an onside kick for a 2-yard loss and made one solo tackle Graded 85.46 percent for blocking consistency, as he delivered 78 knockdowns, eleven touchdown-resulting blocks and ten blocks down field.

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Old 04-25-2009, 07:48 PM   #2
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I'm not crazy about the move, but I understand their thinking. If Graham goes down, they have little behind him who can block at TE and apparently they felt he wouldn't be there with their 3rd round pick. Funny I read that Quinn was recently in Pittsburgh working out for them and that's who they trade with to get him.
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Old 04-25-2009, 07:50 PM   #3
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Why, you ask... would McDaniels and company want another blocking tight end?

As I've said, these guys are going to set up their QB to succeed.... and they're going to set this team up to win playoff-style football games:

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/print...061&type=story

Patriots' offense shows it can grind out an AFC title

"For most of this season, everyone has paid attention to all the big plays we make, to how prolific the passing game has been, with Randy [Moss] and all the wide receivers, and justifiably so," tight end Kyle Brady said. "But when we have to grind it out, even though there haven't been a lot of those occasions, we've been able to do it. And being able to load up today, run the ball when we had to, take the game over on the ground ... it was pretty satisfying."

The Pats' tight end trio of Kyle Brady, Benjamin Watson and little-used Stephen Spach totaled one reception for eight yards on Sunday, but the group's importance went way beyond numbers. With the Pats aligned in a compressed formation, usually with only one wide receiver on the field, all three tight ends had key blocks. And in the second half, versatile running back Heath Evans, often lined up at fullback in an I formation, also made big contributions.

"Those guys, Heath and the tight ends, all made the little kinds of plays that only show up when you're watching the tape," Maroney said. "But they're winning plays, believe me, and they made it easier for me on a day when things were not coming all that easily for our offense."


As I've said, folks... this is what building a winning franchise looks like. It's not always sexy-time. Late 2nd round for an offensive puzzle-piece like this is a logical move.

Part of performing on defense is being able to control the ball on offense, and we're building a playoff-style football team. The scatter-shot draft approach is over.
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Old 04-25-2009, 07:59 PM   #4
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Daniel Graham is the Best blocking TE in the NFL. So Denver full of holes on the defense spends two 3rd round picks to get a blocking TE that caught 8 receptions last year?? Oh yeah, I guess he was projected to go in the 5th round.

Amazing

So I guess the Cutler trade is in.

Denver gets Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn, The Bears get Cutler and a 5th rounder still to come.

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At least in this context it makes sense even if it seems the price was too high.

Seems to be attempting to build an offense than can dictate what will happen without the need for surprises and tricks.
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Exactly. Blcoking TE is crucial part of the success the pats ran the last few years. I'm sure many fans on here were all pissed off when the broncos drafted Scheffler in round 2 in 2006.
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Daniel Graham is the Best blocking TE in the NFL. So Denver full of holes on the defense spends two 3rd round picks to get a blocking TE that caught 8 receptions last year?? Oh yeah, I guess he was projected to go in the 5th round.

Amazing

So I guess the Cutler trade is in.

Denver gets Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn, The Bears get Cutler and a 5th rounder still to come.
BS. Quinn's stock had risen and on more than one draft site, into the 3rd round and considered by some as the best blocking TE in this draft. So stop making up crap and just looking to b**** and moan. Go suck off Cutler somewhere.
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This was a stupid pick regardless. We have Daniel freaking Graham.

This guy probably would have been there in 8 selections or whatever it was, when we had our first 3rd round pick.
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... and with Chad Mustard just a phone call away.
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BS. Quinn's stock had risen and on more than one draft site, into the 3rd round and considered by some as the best blocking TE in this draft. So stop making up crap and just looking to b**** and moan. Go suck off Cutler somewhere.
**** off b****. I just stated the facts.

Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn for Cutler and a 5th. You like that. Fine

Why don't you go suck off McDaniels.
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Daniel Graham is the Best blocking TE in the NFL. So Denver full of holes on the defense spends two 3rd round picks to get a blocking TE that caught 8 receptions last year?? Oh yeah, I guess he was projected to go in the 5th round.

Amazing

So I guess the Cutler trade is in.

Denver gets Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn, The Bears get Cutler and a 5th rounder still to come.
we still have the Bears first round pick next year
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BS. Quinn's stock had risen and on more than one draft site, into the 3rd round and considered by some as the best blocking TE in this draft. So stop making up crap and just looking to b**** and moan. Go suck off Cutler somewhere.
**** off b****. I just stated the facts.

Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn for Cutler and a 5th. You like that. Fine

Why don't you go suck off McDaniels.


PS Denver already has the best blocking TE in the NFL.
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Daniel Graham is the Best blocking TE in the NFL. So Denver full of holes on the defense spends two 3rd round picks to get a blocking TE that caught 8 receptions last year?? Oh yeah, I guess he was projected to go in the 5th round.

Amazing

So I guess the Cutler trade is in.

Denver gets Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn, The Bears get Cutler and a 5th rounder still to come.
After Cutlergate and the moronic move we made to dump our #1 next year for a 2nd round CB in a weak draft I figured the beat down was over so I left. SURPRISE! Another anal raping was still to come...

This has to be about money...Daniel Graham's money. Remember the Pats let him walk in FA...obviously McStupid is bent on getting as much of the previous team as possible out the door and Bowlen needs to dump salaries. I guess axing the office staff wasn't enough.

I can't wait to see what tomorrow holds. Maybe we can dump our other #1 for a 5th round tackle with a wooden leg.
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we still have the Bears first round pick next year
No we traded that to get the midget CB.
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Do e have a 1st next year?
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**** off b****. I just stated the facts.

Orton, Ayers, Smith and Quinn for Cutler and a 5th. You like that. Fine

Why don't you go suck off McDaniels.


PS Denver already has the best blocking TE in the NFL.
Your facts are wrong. Graham is also over 30 and there's nobody behind him that can block, so if he goes down, then what? Oh, but happy we'd have some backup DL instead that rarely played.
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Again, this Quinn pick makes perfect sense if you look at what the Patriots have done. In fact, if you're watching any coverage of this thing today, most analysts are saying that these picks fall in line with a lot of past Patriots picks.

I'm not saying I'm not surprised by the way this plays out, but when you break it down... it makes perfect sense.

-The best RB in the draft who is apparently perfect for a 3 WR set.
-3 of the first 4 players defensive players
-A move for the best blocking TE in the draft.

As I've kept saying and will keep saying, the fantasy football days are over, kids. It's time to build a true winning franchise. That sometimes involves taking picks that weren't at the top of some of your geeky-ass draft boards.
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BS. Quinn's stock had risen and on more than one draft site, into the 3rd round and considered by some as the best blocking TE in this draft. So stop making up crap and just looking to b**** and moan. Go suck off Cutler somewhere.
Show me where he is the BEST blocking TE in this years draft... This pick is a joke, GM's are laughing there asses off tonight as they have all offseason...
Your statement is BS
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Do e have a 1st next year?
After this draft I suspect we'll have a very good first next year.
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After this draft I suspect we'll have a very good first next year.
To bad we already traded OUR 1st...
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This was the stupidest draft pick the Broncos have made in decades. We needed front 7, not another blocking TE.
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To bad we already traded OUR 1st...
Yeah. I just found that out.
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Again, this Quinn pick makes perfect sense if you look at what the Patriots have done. In fact, if you're watching any coverage of this thing today, most analysts are saying that these picks fall in line with a lot of past Patriots picks.

I'm not saying I'm not surprised by the way this plays out, but when you break it down... it makes perfect sense.

-The best RB in the draft who is apparently perfect for a 3 WR set.
-3 of the first 4 players defensive players
-A move for the best blocking TE in the draft.

As I've kept saying and will keep saying, the fantasy football days are over, kids. It's time to build a true winning franchise. That sometimes involves taking picks that weren't at the top of some of your geeky-ass draft boards.
Couldn't agree more.

The picks we made today will help our defense as much as a few defensive players would have, and I assume we went offense where we did because the defensive players we targeted were gone.

If Moreno can provide us with the kind of consistent, grind-it-out running attack we've lacked, while running behind a great offensive line and two of the best blocking TEs in the league, our defense will see better field position and be able to play from ahead.

I remember well all the belly-aching after last year's draft, can we at least wait a bit to decide whether or not the sky is falling?
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I've been a McDaniels supporter from go, but this move makes zero sense to me. It's inexcusable. This team lacked any nastiness on defense. it had none. What was so pressing about getting another blocking tight end that he trades two third rounders to get him. This is not a knock on Quinn, he might be a fine player, but we have a front seven full of holes....this pick shocks me.

While I'm at it, though I like Smith and McBath, its just the same crap flawed philosophy that our d has followed over the years. These players will be USELESS if we cant stop the run and generate pass rush. We better come away with some D-linemen tomorrow
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by the way we traded two thirds for their 2nd and 4th round pick, so we didnt get completely hosed in the deal.
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