Scout.com's Chris Steuber has learned that the Eagles are one of three teams that have scheduled workouts with Michigan's Zoltan Mesko, one of the top punters in the 2010 NFL Draft. Mesko will reportedly work out for the Chiefs on March 26, the Eagles on March 30 and the Patriots on April 14 or 15. All workouts will be conducted at the University of Michigan. Mesko has previously worked out for the Colts and Jets.
A four-year starter at Michigan, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound Mesko, averaged a career-high 44.5 yards per attempt this past season. The Romanian-born Mesko ranks second in school history with a 42.5-yard average, and he got stronger and improved his distance and hangtime every year.
"This off-season, Mesko participated in the Senior Bowl and Scouting Combine, and while he's considered to be a top specialist in this year's class, he's still developing and has to correct his directional punting," Steuber writes.
Mesko is currently the 2nd-rated punter listed on Scout.com's 2010 NFL Draft Rankings.
Specialists are not usually drafted. In fact, since 1970, the Eagles have selected a punter in the draft three times -- South Carolina's Max Runager in 1979, Florida's Ray Criswell in 1986, and Colorado's Mitch Berger in 1994.
So The dude's like the size of a TE, and has trouble directional punting... But he seems to get some big boom's were used to having and with him being so young his ceiling's far greater than Rocca's was(or is if you still believe he's got potential)..
My question is if this guy can play TE for us...