Biography: Former receiver who moved to tight end and started the past two seasons. Senior totals included 28 receptions/393 yards/2 TDs after he had 22/317/5 as a junior.
Positives: Tall, imposing pass catcher who offers the quarterback a nice target. Displays the ability to come free in underneath coverage. Finds the soft spot in the defense, extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Moves well about the field, easily adjusts to the errant throw and displays solid hands with the ability to pull the ball from the air.
Negatives: More of a loping runner who lacks a burst and displays minimal quickness in his game. Tall and struggles to get leverage on opponents as a blocker. Lacks functional football strength.
Analysis: Chichester showed flashes throughout his college career yet never developed a game after moving to the tight end position. He offers potential as a red-zone/third-down pass catcher based on his height and reliable hands, and his height may be an asset on special teams to block kicks.
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