Brookhart has one veteran tight end (senior Ryan Deehan), a couple of youngsters who ooze potential (DaVaughn Thornton, Kyle Slavin), a pair of transplanted offensive linemen (Scott Fernandez, Matt Bahr), and two walk-ons (Alex Wood, Cory Yellen). Plus, Cordary Allen, a freshman tailback last season, was scheduled to change positions when practice begins on Thursday. http://www.cubuffs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=205237722&DB_OEM_ID=600 I've got to say, I really like this move. Allen was not in the mix at RB and simply didn't look the part at spring practices. He goes about 6'2" and 230 lbs while running a sub-4.6 forty. He should fit in well as a "move" TE in our system (the guy who is in motion and used in multiple ways from H-back, to FB, to slot WR to traditional TE - what DaVaughn Thornton is doing this year). Here are his highlights from that funky offense he starred in during high school. [video=youtube;oHrNN0DGoeY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHrNN0DGoeY[/video] This is the right position for him. He looks like a natural. Could turn him from a bust into a star.