I'm starting with tight end, as most everybody has the Patriots taking a TE early in the draft. I don't feel there are tight ends that fit the Patriots system later on in the draft. The Patriots are looking for a TE that is a complete guy, good blocker, receiver, and able to distract defenses with motion. They'll want a route runner who understands what's going on...
JACKSONVILLE – Arthur Lynch seemed to be going out in style in the final game of his Georgia career, but when the Bulldogs needed their All-SEC tight end to most come up big, he couldn’t hold onto the ball.
I’ve always liked Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch–since early on in his career—and I figured that, with time, he could become a genuine force in Georgia’s offense, if given the chance; he certainly had a line of good ones ahead of…Read more →
Georgia Bulldogs tight end Arthur Lynch hurdled a Missouri Tigers defender like he was in the Matrix.
Georgia is getting waxed by Missouri right now 28-10, but you can’t fault Bulldogs tight end Arthur Lynch for not trying.
Lynch while trying to get a first down, hurdled a Missouri player after this catch. The Mackey Award candidate has 11 catches for 169 yards on the season.
H/T Bleacher Report
Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch is all for improving the rights of college athletes.
He doesn't think writing the letters ''APU'' on a wristband will lead to significant change.
Several Georgia linemen took part in a low-key protest last weekend known as All Players United, joining several athletes from Georgia Tech and Northwestern in a gesture that most players...
Via AP on Fox
September 24, 2013
The terminology we have heard the most this off-season, when describing the 2013 roster of Georgia Bulldogs: ‘quick’, ‘fast’, ‘explosive’, ‘lean’, speedy’, ‘athletic’ x 100. So, at some point you have to believe what you’ hear, right? (h/t ABH)Read more →
ATHENS - Georgia senior tight end Arthur Lynch has been named to the 2013 John Mackey Award Preseason Watch List, according to an announcement Tuesday by the Maxwell Football Club.
Arthur Lynch arrived at Georgia as a “blocking tight end”, but with his senior year of football now upon him (Lynch graduated with a degree in History this May), and one more season with Aaron Murray to take advantage of,…Read more →
Tray Matthews’ name is on the lips of every offensive and defensive player you’ve seen interviewed, so far, this spring; he’s obviously doing some big things. That said, I’m beginning to get a bit more excited about both J.J. Green and Reggie Carter. Their names haven’t been mentioned to the same extent as Matthews, but they have potential “sleeper” pick written all...