A Look Back at Tennessee’s 2014 Redshirts

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    Neiko Creamer2. TE Neiko Creamer

    Why: Creamer bounced from linebacker to tight end and was never high enough on the depth chart at either spot to be a factor.

    Future Outlook: With all the freshmen that made a big impact in 2014, it can be easy to write a guy like Creamer off. But be careful in doing so. He’s an extremely athletic player who seemed to find a comfort level at tight end – making several nice plays in bowl practices on scout team. He’s a little bit of a tweener – not quite as big as some traditional tight ends, but not quite fast enough to play receiver – but he’s the type of player the coaching staff can use to create mismatches in the future. Especially with senior Brendan Downs gone and the transfer of Daniel Helm, keep an eye on Creamer in 2015.

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