Then for his sophomore year, there was no WR depth and the team needed him so he stayed at WR. For his junior year, his plan with Embree & Brookhart was to bulk up to play TE. But we changed coaches and he stayed at WR for his first spring with them. Then his junior season he had a stress fracture in his foot and coaches didn't want him to add a lot of weight and be dealing with a blocking load (in order to protect the foot), so they've kept him at WR on the depth chart but his real position has been TE. He just doesn't do any of the hand-on-the-ground TE stuff. http://www.cubuffs.com//ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=600&ATCLID=209704110 Glad that BG wrote something on this. I've always been curious about why Tyler never converted to WR. I'd just assumed that either he didn't want to or he didn't have the frame/metabolism to get above 220 lbs.