BIO: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors after his junior and sophomore campaigns. Totals last season included 22/201 after career numbers of 35/457/8 the prior season.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized tight end developing a complete game. Finds the open seam in the defense, adjusts to the errant throw and makes the reception in stride. Stays on his feet running after the reception, carrying the pile for extra yards. Solid position blocker who controls opponents at the point.
NEGATIVES: Lacks top playing speed and not a consistent deep threat. Over-extends into blocks or ducks his head which adversely affects his ability to finish off defenders.
ANALYSIS: Suffering from a change of offensive systems as a senior, Day had been a consistent player the previous three seasons at Oregon. May slip through the cracks in April yet could be one of the draft.s better bargains on Day Two.