Foster Moreau – Tight End, LSU
Because LSU’s offense stopped evolving after 1970, it wouldn’t be shocking if most people aren’t familiar with the name Foster Moreau. He was primarily used as a blocker, but as we’ve seen over the years, LSU tends to never make the most out of their talented pass catchers.
The draft process was Moreau’s chance to finally prove he can be much more than a blocker and he showed it last weekend. He tested well across the board and even finished with the best 20-yard shuttle amongst the entire tight end group. His broad and vertical jump rated in the 85th & 86th percentile, so he has some explosion to go along with some lateral quickness and decent speed (4.66).
Moreau could be a huge sleeper in day 3 of the draft as someone who ends up being a much better pro than college player.