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Is He A Red Zone Weapon We Just Can’t Pass Up?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsIs A Dream Of A Sleeper TENew Bryce Love Washington Redskins Jersey ,45commentsIs He A Red Zone Weapon We Just Can’t Pass Up?EDTShareTweetShareShareDonald Parham Is A Dream Of A Sleeper TEDonald Parham, TESchool: Stetson | Conference: Pioneer (FCS)College Experience: Senior | Age: 21Height / Weight: 6-8 / 243 lbsProjected Draft Status: 7th Round or UDFANFL Comparison: Ifeanyi MomahCollege StatisticsStetson StatsYearTeamGRecYdsYd/RecTDsYearTeamGRecYdsYd/RecTDsPlayer OverviewHailing from Lakeland, FL, Donald Parham chose Stetson University in central Florida to play his college ball, where he absolutely dominated the FCS competition.In 2018, he was the top receiving tight end in all of college football, averaging 146.6 yards on 9.4 receptions per game. His 2018 performance earned him consensus first team All American recognition and he was selected to play in the Reese’s Senior Bowl. At 6’8”, Parham looks like a man among boys in most of his film clips, evidencing a deceptive speed (4.67-4.75 40yd), masked by his gazelle-like strides. His 38.5” vertical jump makes him an attractive red zone target and a persistent 50/50 threat. Given his slight frame, there’s speculation that, if he’s to make it at the NFL level, it will be as a large slot receiver, as opposed to a pure tight end.Even in the pros, however, it’s easy to imagine him being a mismatch with safeties as he goes over the middle.StrengthsGreat handsExcellent catch radiusRed zone weaponRidiculously tallDestroyed lesser competitionUses large frame to box out defendersWeaknessesNot built to be an in-line blockerAverage speedUnsophisticated route running abilityNot particularly strong for his sizeMay be a slot receiver at the NFL levelLet’s see his workHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsTwo of the three Redskins’ tight ends are aging and or excessively injury prone. The other one is still very much a work in progress and doesn’t look to be more than “just a guy.” The 2019 draft is the year that the Redskins should be looking to pick up several TEs both in the draft and as UDFAs. Parham projects as a late round pick with potentially a very high ceiling who could play both the slot and TE. Unfortunately, he doesn’t appear to have a lot of value in the context of special teams. However Bryce Love Washington Redskins Jersey , with 36” arms, Parham has an unparalleled catch radius and the potential to be a quarterback’s best friend in the red zone. An injury that prevented Parham from playing at the Senior Bowl may help dampen his pre-draft exposure a bit, but make no mistake, he’s unlikely to be available after the final draft pick is made. Recently, a lot of players have been voicing their displeasure with the team in public. Jay and his staff (as any coaching staff should), have some issues with players NOT keeping their issues in-house. What is said behind closed doors is all fine and dandy - as long as it stays behind those closed doors, and is being dealt with man-to-man.D.J. Swearinger is the latest Redskins to publically criticize the team and/or its coaches. A few weeks ago, Mason Foster called out fans on an Instagram post that was meant to stay private; but got leaked. How about the comments from Zach Brown that “the writing is on the wall”. Brown seems to know his fate is already sealed with the Redskins, and wasn’t afraid of making that public. Add this to the comments Josh Norman made about fans not showing up to support the team at home, and you quite possibly have some issues. Add all this up, and you get...dysfunction!Are Redskins players trying to tell us something? Maybe, just maybe, this is worse (if humanly possible) behind closed doors?Is this the players way of saying changes need to happen - either at the personnel level, the coaching level, or all the way at the top?Is this a polite way of making a case for Gruden and company to be removed?