BIOGRAPHY: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. Pass-catching totals last year included
16/208/2 after 30/310/1 as a junior.
POSITIVES: Bush has been a reliable tight end in college, yet he lacks the speed to play in the NFL, and he has never been as good a
blocker as his size would dictate. He needs to have a strong camp this summer for any chance of finding a way onto a practice
NEGATIVES: Overall game possesses marginal quickness and speed. Gives effort blocking, yet lacks functional playing strength. Marginally
productive in college.
ANALYSIS: Adequate college tight end, with marginal upside for the next level. Solid pass catcher who quickly gets off the line into
routes and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Finds the open spot in the defense, extends his hands, and offers the quarterback
a nice target. Makes the difficult catch in a crowd, and he works to pick up yardage running after the reception.