Full Name: Tim Euhus School: Oregon St
Ht: 6-4.5 Wt: 250 40: 4.78 Number: 84
2002: Started all 13 season games at tight end, playing through an assortment of injuries during the season yet wound up as OSU's fourth leading receiver with 22 catches for 385 yards (17.5 average) and one touchdown.
2001: Wound up starting all 11 games and played most of the season on a knee that required surgery following the season yet was OSU's second-leading receiver with 27 receptions for 316 yards (11.7 average) and one touchdown.
2000: Played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman on special teams.
The Good: Underrated prospect that does a solid overall job at the tight end position. Strong blocker that moves defenders on running plays yet also displays decent footwork in pass protection and holds the point. Solid pass catcher that adjusts well to the errant throw, looks the ball in and gets vertical for the high reception. Deceptive speed and gets down field.
The Bad: Let's the pass get inside him and all too often clutches it against his frame.
The Skinny: Euhus has been a productive tight end for the Beavers since his sophomore campaign and is a solid pro-prospect. Though he may never develop into a number one tight end he would thrive in a role where he is the number two and brought onto the field during third down situations.
Scouting Report: Tim Euhus
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