A career not short on early lows continues to rocket towards the highest of highs as Penn State tight end Mike Gesicki was drafted 42nd overall by Miami Dolphins in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday night. He finished last season with 57 catches for 563 yards and nine touchdowns.
Hayden Hurst of SC was the only tight end taken before Gesicki, going to the Ravens with the 25th pick of the first round.
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The Dolphins have Reshad Jones, who's been to the Pro Bowl twice in the past three seasons, and T.J. McDonald, a five-year veteran, at the back of their defense. "His football intelligence, his love for football and he's been a productive player the minute he stepped on campus at arguably one of the best programs in college football". He was widely projected as a top 10 pick, and is expected to be deployed on occasion as a linebacker, as a blitzer or against big receivers.
Gesicki had 48 receptions, 679 yards and 5 TD's for Penn State a year ago.
"I would say making memories with my teammates and my brothers and all of the relationships that I formed through football", Fitzpatrick said in an interview with The Jersey Journal last week. The Dolphins will be able to get mismatches with him routinely, and his ability in the passing game will easily offset his inability to generate a surge as a run blocker. It has been their most glaring flaw for years now and Hernandez could be an immediate impact player or at the very least add much needed depth.