BIO: Junior college transfer who posted career numbers of 31/314/2 as a senior after 15/154/3 the prior season.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized pass-catching tight end with a good amount of upside potential. Quickly releases into routes, runs well for a big man, and effective picking up yardage after the reception. Boxes opponents out with his frame and adjusts well to the errant throw. Keeps his feet moving in pass protection and solid athlete.
NEGATIVES: Let's the pass get inside him and more of a body catcher. Does not bend his knees or block with leverage. Hesitant getting to the spot picking up blitzes, and not alert recognizing blocking assignments.
ANALYSIS: A prospect who looks the part, Sesay has flashed ability the past two seasons, yet has not had the breakout scouts were looking for. Possesses the physical skills and growth potential to eventually develop into a second tight end in the NFL, yet he needs time in the weight room and repetition on the field.