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Michael Egnew | Tight End

Team: Missouri Tigers
Ht / Wt:  6'5" / 210

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Missouri athletic tight end Michael Egnew caught seven balls for 64 yards and a score in the Insight Bowl loss to Iowa, a game that may have been his last as a Tiger.
The junior from Texas has submitted his name for NFL Draft evaluation, and it's hard to see his stock getting any higher after such a huge 2010 campaign. Thu, Dec 30, 2010 09:45:00 AM
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Missouri tight end Michael Egnew caught seven balls for 77 yards and a score as the Tigers got by Iowa State.

Egnew now has 71 catches and three scores on the campaign, thus he's been one of the nation's top fantasy options at the tight end spot.
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Sun, Nov 21, 2010 01:15:00 PM

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew caught seven balls for 70 yards against Missouri.

This performance sure beats last week output, when Egnew's seven catches went for eight yards. He now has 56 catches on the campaign, far more than any other tight end.
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Sun, Oct 31, 2010 01:15:00 PM

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew caught 10 balls for 87 yards against Texas A&M.

Egnew is emerging as Blaine Gabbert's security blanket; this is his third game with double-digit catches. Can't beat this type of tight end production.
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Sun, Oct 17, 2010 09:30:00 AM

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew caught two touchdown passes in the win over Colorado.

Egnew now has three scores among his 39 receptions. He's one of the nation's elite fantasy tight ends.
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Sun, Oct 10, 2010 10:15:00 PM

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew led the team with 13 receptions and 145 yards in a win over San Diego State.

Egnew and T.J. Moe are the top targets for Blaine Gabbert, and he should be a top fantasy tight end for the remainder of the year.
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Sun, Sep 19, 2010 02:15:00 AM

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew caught 10 passes for 60 yards and a score against Illinois.

After the days of Martin Rucker and Chase Coffman, Missouri tight ends took a back seat last year.  Egnew had a strong offseason and carried that into the game today.  Blaine Gabbert looked to him repeatedly, and his size makes him a terrific red zone option.  Given the lack of quality tight ends, he's ownable in virtually every format.
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Sat, Sep 4, 2010 06:45:00 PM

Missouri held their second scrimmage today, and as usual, there are plenty of updates involving their pass-catchers.  True freshman Marcus Lucas paced the group with six catches and 70 yards.  T.J. Moe, Michael Egnew, and L'Damian Washington all caught TD passes while Wes Kemp finished with one catch for five yards.

Through all these updates, the names showing up most consistently are T.J. Moe and tight end Michael Egnew.  Those two appear to be the go-to receivers.  Beyond that, Washington seems to be playing himself into a starting role while Kemp is trying to play himself out of one.  Freshman Bud Sasser had been playing well but was held to three catches and nine yards today.  Odds are that both he and Lucas don't redshirt.
Thu, Aug 19, 2010 11:15:00 PM

Tight end Michael Egnew led all Missouri receivers with 10 catches for 86 yards in Saturday's scrimmage.

Normally a fantasy gold mine, Missouri tight ends were a bit of a disappointment last season. With the departure of receivers Danario Alexander and Jared Perry, look for Mizzou to get Egnew and Andrew Jones (out with a shoulder injury) more involved this fall.
Sat, Apr 10, 2010 08:45:00 PM

Missouri promising tight end Michael Engnew (high ankle sprain) will miss the remainder of spring ball due to surgery, but coach Gary Pinkel expects him to return by June 1.

Egnew is a talented tight end who'll operate in a system that has featured the position more than anyone in the country. He'll have to grow along with the offense, but a healthy Egnew is definitely one worth nabbing.
Fri, Apr 10, 2009 12:45:00 PM

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew caught eight passes for 68 yards in Saturday's scrimmage. Fellow tight end Andrew Jones caught four passes for 39 yards.

We currently have Jones slightly ahead of Egnew, but both could make an impact this fall as the Tigers like to utilize multiple tight ends.
Sun, Apr 5, 2009 09:15:00 PM