Foster Moreau, Louisiana State
Foster Moreau is heading into the NFL by way of the Louisiana State Tigers and brings with him a ton of experience having started in the SEC for the past two seasons. Moreau is more of a traditional tight end in the sense that he is best used as a blocker.
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Moreau is an elite pass blocking TE and is a very serviceable run blocker as well; that kind of versatility will help him find a home and stick around. Having played at LSU, which is predominantly a run heavy offense, Moreau did not develop into the pass catcher he was projected to be.
With a large frame at 6’5 and 255 pound, Moreau is almost always the largest man on the field at all times outside of the offensive lineman. It is time to learn how to use that frame to his advantage as a receiver.
Moreau finished his college career with 52 receptions, 629 yards and six touchdowns with two of his four years as the starting tight end. Moreau will be a day-three pick in the upcoming draft and will likely hear his name called in the fifth round.
If Moreau can improve his route tree and learn how to use that size to win jump balls he can blossom into a starting caliber tight end, but where things sit now his skill set projects him as a second or third guy off the bench at the NFL level.